F.A.Q.s

F.A.Q.s

F.A.Q.s

Here's a list of the most common questions I'm asked. Have a question that's not on this faq page? Feel free to contact me

Where do you get your fabric from? 

Generally Fabric.com, Joann's, or Field's Fabric. I have my custom printing done with Spoonflower.

Do you take commissions? 

No, I do not

Can I sell products made from your patterns?

Yes! You are free to sell things from my patterns as long as you provide proper credit. (For more information on crediting pattern designers, please visit this blog post) 



Do you do wholesale? 

No, I do not offer wholesale pricing.

Can I use your photos? 

In general, you may post and share my photos as long as you provide proper credit and a link back to my website, but I prefer if you ask before doing so. I do not allow my photos to be used for commercial purposes. If you're selling items made from my patterns, please be sure to take your own photos. 


Do you offer printed versions of your patterns? 

For now my patterns are only available digitally. There has not been enough demand to offer printed versions as these can be very costly to produce and ship in comparison. 


Is this plush still available? 

My full stock of available plushies is always in my online store at www.beezeeart.com. If it is not listed there than it is not currently available.


I have a problem with my order. 

I'm sorry to hear that, please send me an email (brittany@beezeeart.com) to discuss the specifics. Please be sure to let me know your name, email, and order number.


Will you donate your products to my cause? 

Generally, no. I am a small business with a limited budget. In addition, I make it a point to only donate to registered 501(c)3 charities whose values align with my own. If you have a serious inquiry about this, please contact me via email. Unsolicited social media messages will be ignored.  


What kind of sewing machine do you have? 

I use a Pfaff Performance 5.0. Any embroidery is done on a Brother SE400. 


Will you ever make.... ? 

Pretty much anything you can think of I've probably considered making. My idea list is so long one person could never finish it in a lifetime. 


I see someone selling something that looks like your products!


I do allow people to sell products made from my patterns, but please let me know if you see the following: Someone who is using my images, someone who claims my design is their own unique pattern, or someone impersonating me. (I only sell through my official website, my Etsy store, or in person) 

Why do some of your bats cost $25 and others cost $45+? 

Some of my bat designs (the white, purple, and black galaxy bats) are produced overseas in small batches from my pattern. These ones cost less than the ones I hand make myself. 

What happened to the white galaxy bats? / Can I order a white bat? 


At this time white galaxy bats are completely sold out. I have no immediate plans to order more. 

What happened to the black and purple bats? / Can I order a black or purple bat?

Black and purple bats are currently sold out. I have another shipment coming, but it will be several months before they arrive. 

I see someone selling your Shoulder Dragon pattern! 

I licensed my shoulder dragon pattern to Simplicity. If someone is re-selling the pattern from Simplicity they are absolutely fine to be doing so. However, if you see someone selling a digital copy or a scanned and copied version of the Simplicity pattern, please let me know so that I can put a stop to it. Neither of those things are okay! 




 

 

Comments

  • Randy,

    I don’t use a Cricut, I do all my own cutting with a rotary cutter. I have a video about how I do that here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llEiJSObW5c

    Brittany Zerkle on

  • I love your work, just came across you on DA recently, I was wondering if you did your own cutting or you were using a Cricut? I just got a Cricut Maker coming and will probably be purchasing some of your patterns and the free ones, My boys 11 and 8 are huge plush fans, especially Bellzi and Pokémon but not limited to those exclusively.

    Randy Pilch on

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