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Hi. I have a red Russian Penguins jersey that i would like my name on in russian letters. Unfortunately i dont know russian and therefore cant google for them. Do anyone know where i can get them?'

Thanks alot! :skaterred:

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Hi. I have a red Russian Penguins jersey that i would like my name on in russian letters. Unfortunately i dont know russian and therefore cant google for them. Do anyone know where i can get them?'

Thanks alot! :skaterred:

You want to see your name translated into Cyrillic letters? Try this website.

http://www.agora.org.mk/goodbytes/enmkonvert/

If that doesn't get you what you want, post what you want it to say here in English and I'll post an image of what it looks like in Russian.

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Hi. I have a red Russian Penguins jersey that i would like my name on in russian letters. Unfortunately i dont know russian and therefore cant google for them. Do anyone know where i can get them?'

Thanks alot! :skaterred:

any particular reason why your name???

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any particular reason why your name???

Becouse i'm a pensfan and it's cool! :shot:

One of the Russian jersey sites might be able to get Lutch to make you a sublimate nameplate maybe? Long shot but couldn't hurt to ask.

OK thanks, i find it odd if noone makes the patches though, since patches with these letters i'm using now are everywhere over ebay. A little tiny most of them though, so maybe i have to rethink this. What's to sublimate a nameplate, anyway? :wub:

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Becouse i'm a pensfan and it's cool! :shot:

OK thanks, i find it odd if noone makes the patches though, since patches with these letters i'm using now are everywhere over ebay. A little tiny most of them though, so maybe i have to rethink this. What's to sublimate a nameplate, anyway? :wub:

Can you post a picture of these patches you are talking about?

Are you just looking for someone to sew your name on the back in Cyrillic?

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try one of the free russian language forums like this one:

http://masterrussian.net/mforum/

there are great people there who know the language and know english as well.

i got several replies and a generally consensus on a modern "translation" as well as a classical "translation".

by the way, if i recall correctly, transliterating your last name into cyrillic is based more upon what you name sounds like and not how it's spelled.

i got my last name transliterated into cyrillic letter from this site or one like it a few years ago. (the fifth letter usually companies use an upside down V instead - oh well, i already had made it an sewn it on before i found out - no use in changing it now).

had a blank jersey i bought that looked like the ones the soviets used in a canada cup.

made all the letters (plus numbers) out of tackle twill and sewed on. bought some tackle twill from the local seamstress who does the custom sewn on #'s and such for all the local hockey shops. you can buy tackle twill online from places like http://www.twillusa.com and other places.

here's the back of my jersey

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Can you post a picture of these patches you are talking about?

Are you just looking for someone to sew your name on the back in Cyrillic?

http://www.emblemworks.com/zencart/images/...20N%20WHITE.jpg

And yeah, that's what i'm looking for. I found a dealer on Ebay that could do it for me in Cyrillic. A real nameplate that is.

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http://www.emblemworks.com/zencart/images/...20N%20WHITE.jpg

And yeah, that's what i'm looking for. I found a dealer on Ebay that could do it for me in Cyrillic. A real nameplate that is.

I'd think you'd rather have a real nameplate with twill letters than embroidered letter patches that are much thicker.

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