As one who has had her pictures ripped off time and time again, I probably should have merely put a link to it.
I have a red doe that was born and bred right here. But I’ve seen my picture used on at least 6 other web sites that are telling about angora rabbits. I have written to each and requested that they provide a link to my site, so that there is at least a chance of people knowing she was bred here. But so far, only one has complied. Of course I’m not going to sue, but it is upsetting I didn’t get any credit for it.
In this case, the blog gave no credit to the designer or book, and I wanted to know where to find the pattern, so I didn’t think the credit was all that important to the blog owner. It was a sitcky decision, but I went with it. Of course there is always a “net police” person on every group who will get picky about things. C’est la Vie.
Anyway, thanks for the info! Now I know where to find the scarf.
BTW, Here is the picture that everyone steals. It was taken by me of my own doe and on my own website. But, if you do an image search on “german angora” and you’ll see her picture several places that are NOT my website. No permission either.
BTW, I had to resize this, the original is full screen. Still don’t know how to post here & limit display size. She displays smaller on the actual web page, (http://www.germanangora.net) but that is done with the code. I don’t know how to do it here.