Can I sell what I make from KPD patterns?

Yes! We are thrilled that our patterns are used for home businesses and love it when we hear what a customer thinks.

This statement is on the last page after the instructions and before the Pattern Piece Labels. It is also on the product listing page for each pattern, at the end of the description. 


1.Keep a copy of your receipt as proof of purchase at retail price.

2.All items must be made by-hand, one at a time. No mass production allowed.

3.Only the individual who purchased the pattern may make the items for sale.

4.Credit is given to KAYA PAPAYA DESIGN as the pattern designer and if selling online, the listing must contain a direct link to where the pattern can be purchased.

5.You may make alterations to the pattern, but you must link to the original pattern online and credit Kaya Papaya Design.


What is your refund policy?

We occasionally get emails regarding refunds. This statement is at the end of every product listing: 

"This is a digital download and therefore cannot be refunded once purchased. Please provide a valid email address in order to receive the download link and download the pattern to a computer."

Once a customer has access to the PDF, it is their product. There is no way for that to be returned to us. If you have trouble with a download, email us at


Can I share a pattern with friends or for teaching a class?

The following statement is on the copyright page at the end of the instructions within each pattern: 

"This is an original bag sewing pattern by Patricia Maxey at Kaya Papaya Design © Copyright 2021 All Rights Reserved
It is illegal to distribute this pattern electronically or in hard copy without permission. Address questions to:"

When you purchase the pattern, you own ONE copy only. You are entitled to 5 downloads, that you can use on YOUR devices only. 

If you want to teach a class, do a sew-along, or have a group of friends sew together, then EACH of you will need a copy of the pattern. 


What Is A Copyright?

And for clarification as to copyright for written works, this is from the U.S. Copyright Office at regarding written works:

"Your work is under copyright protection the moment it is created and fixed in a tangible form that it is perceptible either directly or with the aid of a machine or device."

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As always, if you ever have any questions regarding purchasing our patterns, download issues, or need help with instructions, please email us at

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