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    Default Re: The most economical way to use Bluprint / Craftsy

    Log in just like you did with craftsy, same user name and password.

    Look in the pattern library, they should all be there.
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    Default Re: The most economical way to use Bluprint / Craftsy

    Here's the link to Sew Hooked's post

    https://sewhooked.com/2018/12/22/reg...es-at-craftsy/
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    Default Re: The most economical way to use Bluprint / Craftsy

    I have the annual subscription now already almost a year. I have been super happy with it. I have been able to purchase kits at 50 percent off. I get a free forever class once a month as well. While I am in these years of truly learning this craft and building my super stash (lol) I will keep it. And with the free shipping the cost per month ends up being minimal. Also I paid the whole year 8n advance which was discounted even more. I think we will find with time, Bluprint will meet our needs.
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    Default Re: The most economical way to use Bluprint / Craftsy

    Quote Originally Posted by Doloris View Post
    so what happened to the patterns I had saved on craftsy
    Mine are still there.

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    Thanks for the info. I suppose I should have seen this coming. Craftsy has been doing questionable things for a while now - for example many of their fabric lines are deliberate attempts to mimic fabric designers' styles (e.g. Jinny Beyer, Me and My Sister, and you can't tell me their latest line isn't intended to be a discount Tula Pink collection).

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnightline View Post
    Thanks for the info. I suppose I should have seen this coming. Craftsy has been doing questionable things for a while now - for example many of their fabric lines are deliberate attempts to mimic fabric designers' styles (e.g. Jinny Beyer, Me and My Sister, and you can't tell me their latest line isn't intended to be a discount Tula Pink collection).
    That is so wrong. The Looking Glass fabric line is definitely a steal from Tula Pink. For shame.
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    I’m not very familiar with crafts/blueprint so had to look this up. It’s obviously a knock off! Any temptation I had to check them out just went out the window.
    Quote Originally Posted by DeniseSm View Post
    That is so wrong. The Looking Glass fabric line is definitely a steal from Tula Pink. For shame.

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    So I have not been on Craftsy for sometime now and I guess I won't be anytime soon if they are gone, what happened to all of the classes that I paid for ( for lifetime access ( they are gone) .
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildernessquilter View Post
    So I have not been on Craftsy for sometime now and I guess I won't be anytime soon if they are gone, what happened to all of the classes that I paid for ( for lifetime access ( they are gone) .
    Sue
    They should still be there. Have you gone on Craftsy/ Bluprint using your Craftsy username and password from Craftsy?
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    Default Re: The most economical way to use Bluprint / Craftsy

    Quote Originally Posted by Doloris View Post
    so what happened to the patterns I had saved on craftsy
    Hi Doloris. Here's what to do:
    -Sign in to Bluprint using your Craftsy user name and password—they still work!
    -Click on Library
    -Click on Own Forever Library
    -Click on Patterns.
    All the patterns you paid for will be there.

    You can tell which of the designers got dropped by Bluprint and which ones Bluprint allowed to stay. If the pattern is grayed out with a download arrow, that designer got dropped. If you see a colorful, professional looking logo, that designer was allowed to stay.

    All my patterns were still there, about half were grayed out. The only ones that had been changed were the ones by RipStitcher, i.e. the Bionic Gear Bag and its accompanying patterns. When Sally Thompson (RipStitcher) was given the paltry one week notice from Bluprint that they were dropping her as a designer, she felt she had to do something. She cut out the lengthy tutorials, added her new contact information, and kept the actual patterns in the files. There are many who will consider this an improvement, because her 89 pages of tutorials were overwhelming.
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