Please do not upload pictures you do not have the right to use.
Pictures taken from other sellers (etsy, ebay, or anywhere online) are not o.k. to upload here without their permission.
The exception are sellers on the Pattern Vendors list here on the wiki, who have given that permission by including their link on that page - and that permission extends to uploading their pictures here (not commercial use).
I'll respect your wishes, but I checked on this because I "borrow" too. I found out that when you take of a picture of a product, the original owner still owns the copyright. We have no rights to products owned by Mccalls, Simplicity, etc, even if we photograph them. The exception is very old patterns that did not have copyrights or that the copyrights have expired.
When uploading pictures, please - when possible - show the whole envelope front.
Also - make sure to only upload pictures you took yourself, or have permission to use. I noticed that two of your uploads were pictures taken from other sellers (on etsy), when I tried to find the description to add. Please stay clear of copyright violation.
I replaced one of your pictures with one I had permission to use, the other I deleted.
Thank you for the assistance. I was looking for instructions but couldn't find. I tried to add my vendor link to Butterick 2325. I tried intitally just using the *[, etc. but then just tried to insert my link but I'm not doing something quite right yet, if you can advise. Thanks again for more assistance!
Thanks again. I think I figured it out. I just tried page creation, so when you have a minute, see if it's OK. I'm having problems with search. Many times the page does not come up in search, suggestions? I don't want to make duplicates either. Much easier to add my link to existing. Thanks again. Angie
As to search, make sure you are typing in a pattern manufacturer name, then a space, then the number. There should be suggestions coming up once you entered your search term. If not, hit return and a list (rather unorganized) will appear with items matching those search terms.
Be sure to spell correctly - computers are very literal.
The same applies to entering new patterns. You entered Mccall's 6064 A, but it should be McCall's 6064 A. I renamed it in the meantime.
Once the search works for you, duplicates should not be a problem.