Giving credit where credit is due

As a designer and a blogger, I try to be as careful as possible about giving credit where credit is due.  It was pointed out to me last night that I neglected to give proper credit on one of my images from my previous blog post, A Roundup of Turned Edge Techniques.

I used the photo of a block that I had made from The Splendid Sampler which was spearheaded by two amazing quilters – Pat Sloan and Jane DavidsonThe block was designed by Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill Designs for The Splendid Sampler.  I adore Anne Sutton’s work (especially her applique designs), and I sincerely apologize for my negligence.  It was definitely not intentional.  Here is the corrected photo:

A Roundup of Turned Edge Applique Techniques @ The Crafty Quilter: Original appliqué pattern shown was designed by Anne Sutton for The Splendid Sampler Book
Original appliqué pattern designed by Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill Designs for The Splendid Sampler Book

 

I’ve added a caption that gives credit to Anne and The Splendid Sampler, along with “alternative text” which gives the same information so that when the image is “pinned” for Pinterest, the correct information goes with it.

If you happened to “pin” or save that image from my previous blog post, I would really appreciate it if you would re-pin it so the correct information is included.  Thanks for your understanding, and I appreciate your help!

Please feel free to email me directly if you ever find something that I missed or inappropriately labeled.  My creative space here on the internet is so important to me, and I don’t want to abuse it or have it abused.  Thanks, everyone!

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About Julie Cefalu

Hello! I'm Julie and I love to quilt, craft, read, garden, hike and spend time with my family.

7 thoughts on “Giving credit where credit is due

  1. whops I have often posted things on my blog and not always given credit afraid I do not always think about doing so hope I have not offended anyone

  2. As a retired school librarian, I really appreciate bloggers who give proper credit. I “preached” it to students every day!

  3. The blogs that I follow are very careful to give credit as you do Julie. The round-up of turned edge applique techniques was exactly what I needed. Thanks!

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