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Thread: another copyright question

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    another copyright question

    I have been sorting my fabrics and came across a fat quarter that is aqua with very small dots in black all over it. The dots are about the size of a pencil lead. The salvage says "copyright protected". How can that fabric be copyright protected when it is such a common fabric and pattern? It is cotton and I think I bought it at JoAnn's.
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    it might been a LINE of fabrics that were all under ONE copyright!

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    I can't imagine an arrangement of spots even being copyright able since there's nothing unique or even particularly artistic about them.

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    Thanks. Scissor Queen expressed my thoughts exactly. Jacquie, your thoughts are probably what happened. This fabric has been in my stash for a long time.
    Sue

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    dots being copyrighted?

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