Earlier this year, ravelry launched a new program that allows in-store sales of patterns posted on ravelry.
From the ravelry website:
"A big service that we launched at this TNNA show was our new In-Store Pattern Sales service. This is a brand-new feature that allows yarn shop owners to sell patterns that designers have made available through this service to their in-store customers.
In-Store Pattern Sales: How Does It Work?
Participating LYSOs can search for patterns available through this service for any patterns they want to include as long as they are available through the Ravelry pattern store, and shops sell the patterns at the suggested retail price) and sell them to customers through their shops, printing the pattern for the customer in-store if desired. Patterns can also be emailed to the customer and saved in their Ravelry library."
I am now a participating designer in the program--here is the link to my pattern store.
New patterns, as well as patterns that were previously out-of-print, are being added to the store regularly.