. I believe its similiar...  not many SW  in their Dictionary....

 I will  search Utube.... My niece has emigrated to Australia.   

 Ive been using US  signs... and have found a good number that could be used for BSL
even though  the vocabulary is different..

 ie Diaper... NAppy.

 I dont speak any languaes    but have  checked out  some of  other countries  signs . 

 I am only just getting  used to  using  SW    copying etc


Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2012 11:03:01 -0800
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Is British the same as Australian signs?
R. H.  Dettloff

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SignWriting List
March 10, 2012

And congrats on adding 173 new entries into the British Sign Language dictionary on SignPuddle this week, Maureen!


Did you know about this BSL document online?:


Val ;-)


On Mar 10, 2012, at 7:37 AM, Maureen Doyle wrote:

What A wonderful Idea....   Really  beautiful embroidary.


Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2012 07:02:25 -0800
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SignWriting List
March 10, 2012

This photo of SignWriting fingerspelling symbols embroidered on fabric was posted on the SignWriting in Brazil Facebook group - VERY NICE!


Minha amiga Léia Flor, bordou esta linda toalha em SW para a professora Marianne Rossi Stumpf. Muito bonito o trabalho feito por uma pessoa Surda e digno de ser divulgado.

My friend Leah flower, embroidered this lovely towel in SW for the teacher Marianne Rossi Stumpf. Very nice work done by a deaf person and worthy of being publicized.(Translated by Bing)