There have been changes in the world of knitting. The long history of sharing patterns among knitters was done in easy to share formats with minimal concerns for copyright issues. (Halbert & Ingulli, 2010) Knitting is often communicated from parent or grandparent to child, and knitting circles were a popular method of doing productive labor while enjoying the company of other women. Today a power of ownership has been privatized to maximize in profits. Both quality and knitting were primary ways of creating and have existed outside copyright law perhaps because the romantic author and the desire for profit were not central to the process of creation. (Halbert & Ingulli, 2010)The knitting patterns were sold to make money and not to further the philosophy of knitting. (Halbert & Ingulli, 2010) * Discuss how and why this is changing.
The change in the traditional way of quilting and knitting versus the copyright protection is the dominance of ownership. (Halbert & Ingulli, 2010)Everything now is being privatized while maximizing on the profit. Copyright has entered the world of knitting patterns a world assumed by many involved as a communal source of knowledge to share. Patterns have been appropriated into the larger industrialized process of publishing for profit. (Halbert & Ingulli, 2010) * Explain why crafts like these do not fit inside the copyright paradigm.
These crafts were known for completion amongst women enjoying the company of each other. (Halbert & Ingulli, 2010)The crafts don’t fit into copyright paradigm because it attempts to solidify connections between people and