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    Shiny Thimble

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    Does anyone have the English translation for the Schnabelina Bag? I have contacted Andrea F, the person who originally translated it, but her computer crashed and she no longer has it. I would appreciate it if someone could pm me with the translation.

    I also can't find the pattern pieces. I am a mess, right?

    Paula

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    I am a bag/purse/wallet junkie. I have really cut myself back. For a while, I would buy, buy, buy patterns. Then I would buy, buy, buy fabric. Of course that made me want to sew, sew, sew purses. I let everything go except sewing. I am much better now, but I still want that durn pattern.

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    If you Google it, there's an option to translate it to English.

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    https://translate.google.com/transla...ne&prev=search

    has a link to download the ebook. You would have to copy and paste in google to get translation
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    Is that the pattern that uses only one piece of fabric and has a zipper? I made one with her last year, but I don't remember getting any written directions.
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    Someone here speaks German for sure so it will show up.

    If "schnabel" is the root, it could take on many meanings depending on the context. What I got from it is- an organizer, nursing/diaper bag, with the pattern coming off the top of your head. When I search "Schnabelina bag" images, they look like shoulder bags, which could explain "off the top of your head."

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    I have tried that, Chelea. Some of the translations make no sense at all. Thanks for the suggestion!

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    Paula, I found it and sent it to you. Enjoy!

    Quote Originally Posted by bubba View Post
    Is that the pattern that uses only one piece of fabric and has a zipper? I made one with her last year, but I don't remember getting any written directions.
    Pat, no, that one was the Geo-Bag. It's from a different designer (Pattydoo) and she doesn't have written instructions for it as far as I know but only a video tutorial. Maybe because it's a free pattern... Pattydoo often has English subtitles in her videos.

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