Having been a craft fair vendor for several years and my craft being sewing, I have come across this probem a lot of times. I almost never buy licensed prints because of this law, and find it so much easier to just avoid making anything from those prints. I know the "copyright police" rarely appear at the small craft shows I worked, but they can. I warned a few other vendors who embroidered Betty Boop, Walt Disney characters, and super heros on items, that this could cause them a lot of trouble. The only way around using these prints I have found is to have a customer buy the fabric, and let me make the item, and charge them for my labor. That way I didnt make a profit off the print, since it wasnt mine in the first place. I also will only used licensed prints in items I donate, or give as gifts. No money is involved so it is legal. (I made bean bags for a game at a super hero party, and of course used Superman and Batman and Spiderman prints. Each kid got to take home a few bean bags, so I didnt make a profit.) I put John Deere tractors on dishtowels for a friends birthday, but I use generic prints for the towels I sell. I can use Cinderella prints in baby quilts that are donated to the local hospital for kids to take home, and the hospital isnt allowed to sell them in the gift shop. So that is the only way I have found to use those cute popular prints but not break the law. I have been told that Harley Davidson and Budwieser are very stern when they find someone breaking the copyright laws with thier printed items.