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Posted on Mon Dec 20, 2004 8:46 pm
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ok, i know this is probably repetitive, but i have an idea if someone could make it happen. I know that many of us want to see flower-making tutorials. so heres my idea: get the flowermakers together to tell how they make THEIR flowers. people can learn from those and then expand into their own designs. much as we do when we create new weaves.

i would really love to see an article like this. someone please make it happen


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Posted on Thu Mar 16, 2006 2:46 am
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i have to say, in response to this, that there are many different people trying to steal my stepmoms flower design and its currently undergoing patent pending, so in time, that will, at least, be one of the ones posted- AFTER the patent goes through.


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Posted on Fri Mar 17, 2006 1:46 am
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Great idea to have willing people write a flower tutorial.

However, what's the point of posting a tutorial for how to make a design that's patented against people stealing the design to make for themselves? Would people be able to do anything with the design other than to look at it and say 'Yup, that there's a nifty flower design'?

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Posted on Fri Mar 17, 2006 5:07 pm
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why patent a flower design? thats like trying to patent the 4-1 weave!


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Posted on Fri Mar 17, 2006 8:56 pm
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People will undoubtedly come across your method even if theyve never seen it before. What then, you sue for royalties every time one is sold? I'm not seeing how you can patent that - like "it has FP stem, 6-1 leaves, HP petals" kind of design? An exact structure maybe?

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