May I Use Embroidery
Images On My Website?
You certainly may! Many of our customers
have custom embroidery websites that they use to advertise and sell
embroidered items, such as baby and children's clothing, quilts,
monogrammed and personalized towels, etc. Many customers sell
embroidered items through Etsy, eBay, or other commerce sites.
Oftentimes a custom embroiderer will offer their customer blank garments
or items and a choice of designs to add to that garment or item.
It can be more efficient and effective to use our images of the designs,
rather than stitching your own samples, and for that reason we allow
other websites to feature images of our designs.
If you'd like to use images from our site to advertise your stitched
goods, add this disclaimer to every page on your site that includes an
image from our site:
Image(s) provided by Embroidery Library, Inc.
That image must be on every webpage that displays an image from
our site. If it isn't, then your copyright gets muddled with our
copyright, licensing is a mess, and it's an expensive and time-consuming
process to get it all sorted out. So, add the disclaimer, please, and
everything will be a-ok.
If you're opening designs in a software program, and using that
software-rendered image to market your service, then we recommend this
Software-rendered images of designs by Embroidery Library, Inc.
If you're featuring your own photos or images of items or designs that
you stitched, there's no need for a disclaimer.