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  • Pattern designers...Check in here please!

    If you do not want your patterns placed in the vault let us know! Right away!

    If your pattern has already been moved let us know which one it is and we will remove it.

    If you don't want yours in the vault and it is still floating around in the threads...Locate it and remove it yourself saving us a lot of work.

    In the future if you share a pattern but do not want it included in the vault please say so in the original posting.

    From here on out if you post a pattern that is not of a requested portrait style pattern( portrait requests will not be included in the vault!), your patterns may automatically be included in the vault after a short wait.

    If a designer does not tell us in their original posting they do not want their pattern in the vault we are going to assume it is okay to move your pattern to the vault.

    Once the pattern has been moved the original thread will be deleted to save server space.
    "Still Montana Mike"

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    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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