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Thread: Free Quilting Patterns

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    Here are some really unusual quilting patterns.
    Carol B

    http://pagesperso-orange.fr/struss/bom/ebom.htm

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    Yes they are .. just wish I knew what they were saying.. LOL

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    I have a translator on my google toolbar :wink:

    I love some of her designs, thanks for the link :D:D:D

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    how does translator work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stitchinwitch
    how does translator work?
    would like to know this also.....

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    thanks

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    thank you so much for the site. Penny

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    You don't have to have Google Toolbar. Just go to http://translate.google.com/#
    Copy and Paste the web address from the site you want translated. Paste it into the box. Below the box are the choices to translate from what language to what language. Choose the laguages hit enter and WaLa.

    You also can copy and paste into the box ( say for example a pattern that you have in another language) and it will translate that for you also. You also can put a PDF web addy in an it will translate and then you can download the PDf. There are other Translation sites but I find I like Google best. Bing Translates also but it side by side and can be a pain.
    Hope this helps


    Quote Originally Posted by stitchinwitch
    how does translator work?

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    thank you for the link

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    Something I just recently learned that Goggle Traslate now does to make it easier is. When you pull down on the tab to select the language you want to translate from, you can now choose Detect language and it will find out what language it is and translate (of course you have to select what language you want it translated into, like English.) Pretty neat. Sometimes I don't know if it is German, Dutch or Celtic!!! So I like it. Don't even have to think now. LOL.....

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