Digital Downloads

So I've been toying with the idea of having some of my patterns available as digital downloads. Personally I'm a hard copy type of gal but I know lots of you would rather have instant download.
After rewriting my Daisy Delight pattern I decided that I'd make it available as a digital download through Pattern Spot for just $8 and no shipping I (so it's actually about $2 less).
So what are you thoughts on digitally downloading patterns. Would you like me to make all of my other patterns available as digital downloads?

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  1. I prefer a pattern in hardcopy but as an Australian the age of digital downloads has saved a packet on shipping. I think most people these days have access to a colour printer and can easily print a hard copy from the download. P.S your patterns are wonderful.

  2. I like to get a pattern the cheapest way possible, for me in New Zealand that usually means digital download is the way to go.

  3. I love digital downloads - instant reward - and I have a color printer and just print it out, staple it together and put it with my patterns when I am finished with them. It is the way to go I think. I get a lot of my on line patterns that way.

  4. I like pdf's since I can get them right away and print them out. Today I am trying to figure out an ebook, buggy on my mac and the dell, so not sure if I like those.


  5. I guess I am the unique one here. A little nostalgic, I prefer the paper version. I enjoy pulling them out of their plastic sleeve. I enjoy looking through it. I enjoy putting them with my other patterns. Since I am US, shipping is not quite an issue as for others......

  6. I'm fairly new to your blog, but I have discovered digital patterns and ave to say, its less to store its often faster than waiting for the mail, obviously, lol

  7. I like the idea of e patterns. 1) It seems less expensive. 2) I don't have to wait for it. My inner two year old really likes that one. 3) I can also store them on my computer or drive and they take up less space.

    Just my two cents!

    Deb from clutteredquilter.blogspot.com

  8. e-patterns are the wave of the future!


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