I wish someone with the knowledge would address this issue from the side of what is copyrightable. Or, look at one of the traditional designs in a quilt magazine and analyze and say what was copyrightable about the design - other than the instructions. I go to my usual example. There was a Lone Star quilt in the McCalls magazine that had he first article about copyright. What is or was opyrightable about that specific design because it has been in public domaine for 100+ years. A copyright attorney told me you can't copyright an arrangement of squares and rectangles, and I know the law says when I draw it it that it is covered. There is a space between here that is not being discussed. A simple tote bag is just that.....what makes it copyrightable.