Back now - I'll try and add to what I wrote earlier.
The whole issue of Carnival Glass in designs that appear to be United States Glass Co. patterns is actually rather complex. We addressed it in one of our previous "NetworK" articles on US Glass, but at the time we were not aware that Rindskopf has also made a "look-alike".
There are some Carnival items in US Glass patterns (eg The States) that were very possibly made in Argentina. There are also some items that appear to be from US Glass, that are in a very pale marigold, that I believe are "water ambered glass" (iridised after manufacture in springs such as Marlin or Slattersville Springs). There are also items found in US Glass "look-alike" patterns seen in European makers catalogs such as Brockwitz and Rindskopf - and to go even further afield, we also know of some items that have "Made in Japan" on them.
I think that the patterns in the Brockwitz and Rindskopf catalogs that are similar to US Glass designs were just "inspired by" US Glass. With reference to the ones you mention, Cathy, in the Rindskopf catalog, I'll add that those are the only two items I can find. I think they were "one offs" and not a complete range or "service" in the pattern.