Jane Weston Mixedmedia Art

Rugby, United Kingdom

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Jane Weston


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Last updated on March 16, 2011
I love creating things! Recently I've had a lot of compliments on my work and I thought it was high time that I made it available to others. I hope you like having a look around and that you will find something you like.

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Returns and exchanges
If for some reason something doesn't arrive as you expected, please let me know so we can resolve any issues.

All handmade items are made in a pet and smoke free home.
I have taken the utmost care in creating beautiful items for sale however they are homemade and may not be as absolutely perfect as an item from a chain store.

PDF patterns are Non Refundable. Please be sure you have Adobe Acrobat at http://www.adobe.com/ installed and that you are familiar with it.
Paypal is by far the easiest and most convenient method to make payment.
All items will be shipped by British Royal Mail.

Please note that PDF patterns not a physical item. It is a pattern in PDF format which will be emailed to the address in your etsy profile within 48 hours of receipt of your payment. Please make sure your email address is correct at the time of purchase.
Additional policies and FAQs
There is a lot of debate about copyright and patterns on the internet. Everyone has their own take on what you can and can’t do…and let’s face it people will do what they like regardless of any request a designer might make.
In an effort to keep things simple, here’s the deal with my patterns…

I’d like to think that those of you buying and making items from patterns will appreciate the time and effort one takes to write a pattern and ensure that it works and makes sense, The law is clear you may not
• Make copies of the pattern to either sell or give away
• Post a copy of the pattern on the internet for others to use
• Modify the pattern and sell it as your own

HOWEVER, that said, you may
• Make the item for your enjoyment or to give away as a gift
• Make an item and sell it on-line or at your local craft fair..(giving written credit would be a nice touch)

At the end of the day, common courtesy is the best policy and as long as you aren’t blatantly mass producing, I don’t mind you making your own version of the items to sell…and if you do, let me know..I’d love to see your work.