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Posted on: 5/27/11 11:53 AM
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This is a general research tip, but i use it a lot for sewing. When I am searching for something on the internet, I often start with Google Images. If I am looking for a fabric, for example, or for bias binding, I will search in images for "Moda Sandy Gervais" or "bias tape". Then, from the image, I go to the web site.

I also have a long distance friend and when we talk on the phone, we often use Google Images to share things with each other.

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newsewer2011 said... (6/6/11 7:08 AM) Reply
I also love to do this - you can also change the search to look only for certain colours - so if you are looking for examples of Red cardigans, you can enter Cardigans in the search bar, and down the left side of the screen press on the red button and it will search for red images. This is how it works in Firefox anyway, not sure if IE works the same though
donaleen said... (5/31/11 6:35 AM) Reply
So sorry about the virus. Very dangerous to be on the web these days without protection. There is a common virus that starts by warning you that you have all these viruses and offers to run virus removal software for you. I suggest Malawarebytes AntiMalalware. Good luck.
Winifred said... (5/30/11 5:47 PM) Reply
This is amazing _ I didn't know what Google images were, and never bothered to find out ! Just what I need , thankyou again. !
carolrv said... (5/30/11 5:18 PM) Reply
I read this tip today and immediately went to Google Images for a pattern that I have been looking for. I should also tell you that I had removed my virus protection program yesterday, after my husband and I were suspicious that it was causing slow processing in my computer. (He has not used a virus protection program for several months, for that reason.) After visiting several sites (selling heirloom patterns and supplies), I was notified on-screen that several viruses and spyware programs had entered my computer. DH removed the laptop's battery and installed a free anti-virus program. Now I'm afraid to try Google Images again, and I LOVED it! The slow processing, we think, was a weak or overloaded 3G or 4G system in our location at that time (we live in an RV and have been moving alot lately).
FreyaStark said... (5/29/11 2:02 AM) Reply
Yes, good idea. I use Google Images rather than a web search when looking for an elusive pattern because seeing an image of it lets me know right away whether I'm looking at the right one.
moonthirty said... (5/28/11 10:02 AM) Reply
I totally do this too! :) Great call to write it up as a tip!
minasmom said... (5/28/11 9:32 AM) Reply
So simple..knew it but didn't think to apply it. Thanks.
 
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