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I always thought that stamp companies couldn't release dies with open middles because Spellbinders holds a patent for that design. For Christmas I got a set of dies by Quickutz and they also have open middles. Is it just the nesting open middle dies that Spellbinders owns or can other companies make open middled dies too?
There are rumblings Spellbinders is considering going after makers of dies that cut AND emboss.......... So- have you noticed the SU dies like do not have the rim- dies like that would not be included........ Or- the Cheery Lynn doily die- it cuts out the shape but does not have an opening to emboss.......