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I have decided to end the Paid Memberships Program and just go with the Points Program. If you are a paid member, you signed up for a lifetime membership and are no longer paying for memberships. I am not really making any money from new memberships so it does not make sense to keep that part of my business going. Instead, membership is going to be point based. I do not plan to change this again. My income will be from sales of Paper Bead Rollers, downloads for people who don't want to be a member, books I publish in the future on Amazon, templates and template bundles, ads on the site and YouTube revenue.

All downloads, that cost points, no matter what level you are at, will now cost 20,000 points each unless otherwise noted on the individual pages. 

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Pattern & Project Policy

All of the patterns and projects on the site are not free but hundreds of them are free and you do not need to log in to view or read them.
If you come across a pattern that is not free, you can either purchase it individually or become a member and have access to all of them by redeeming points.

There is a printer friendly PDF copy of every pattern and project on the site.

Since everyone cannot view the PDF files, there is also an html version of each pattern on the site.

There is a special download page for each and every pattern on the site where you can either go to the PDF version or the HTML version of each pattern.

Every time I add a pattern to the site, I also add a PDF version of that pattern.

I have installed the latest version of Cute PDF and have the latest version of Acrobat Reader on my computer and that is what I will be using to make the pdf files so you need to have the Acrobat 6 Reader or better installed on your computer to view the PDF files. It is a free download from Adobe.com  

There is a copyright notice on the bottom of each and every page on this site, it would be greatly appreciated if you make sure you abide by them. If you want to make the items and sell them at craft fairs or bazaars, that is fine with me but do not mass produce them.