Monday, May 16, 2011

Suggestions?

Well my lovely readers, it has been a very busy week at school but I managed to fit in a photo-shoot for my newest knitting pattern. My friend, Britt, was nice enough to be my model for the day and we got some great shots (despite the fact her hair refused to hold a curl!). Since then I have been working at writing the pattern which should be up for sale on Ravelry and Etsy (in PDF form) before the end of the week.

Only problem is that I can't decide on a name for my design. It is a 1930's inspired hat that can be worn two ways, pointed or flat. So I thought I would see if any of you could think of a name. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. If I pick your name I will send you a free copy of the pattern :)


17 comments:

  1. Hmm, how about the Ruby (as in Ruby Keeler?). So cute!

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  2. OMG I love it! Reminds me of a hat worn in the 1939 movie "The Women" by Norma Shearer. It's an "Elegant Pixie" shape.

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  3. That is so adorable!!

    I loved some of the sillier more story-like names in vintage patterns, so I'm thinking something like "A Jaunty Little Bow".

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  4. No idea but it is darn cute :D

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  5. Nothing that springs to mind, but I love it!

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  6. Wow, that is so adorable! I'm very bad at coming up with any names, so I'm afraid I can't helo you with that one...

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  7. So cute! I'm with Tasha- something cute about the bow would really sell it!

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  8. It's amazing! I can't knit, any chance of there being ready-made versions for sale?

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  9. What a cutie! I want one too!

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  10. Love BVV suggestion - so what about "The Reversible Ruby"?

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  11. I like the Ruby too, it is gorgeous x

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  12. Wow! Cute and beautiful, I look at this and see a cute volcano on an uninhabited island in the Pacific, "Volcano" has the force and mystery ....

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  13. I would go for The Pixie Bow, X

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  14. It's an adorable pattern, but I haven't come up with a name for it yet!

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  15. Love it! I think The Pixie Bow is a great name! Sort of describes both ways you can wear it! xoxo

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  16. @Porcelina: I hadn't planned on making any, but thanks for the suggestion. If I find the time I may consider making a few for my Etsy shop.

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