2.23.2010

Need Your Help!!!! Want to Play?

I've got a new design in the works, and it is almost ready to be released. I have a rather large problem, though!  I don't have a name! I got some ideas going with my buddies at knit night last night, but I decided I NEED more input.  Help? Here are more pics to get you inspired...

Can you tell I got a new camera?   Expect to see more dynamic pics from me as I learn how to use it... most of these were taken with the "snow" setting, which really seemed to help with glare and hot spots!  (See more pics on Flikr)

17 comments:

  1. Cherries Jubliee
    http://www.channel4.com/food/images/mb/Channel4/4Food/recipes/delicious/478_3.jpg

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  2. I like the cherries suggestion! It does look like berries or cherries or something to me.

    Cute sweater! I am loving circ yokes these days.

    Powershots are awesome- you will love it.

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  3. I like the Cherries Jubilee also. At first glance it reminded me of the "Pac-Man ghosts" lol, then I thought of "lady bugs" so, I thought of "Lady Bug Love"

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  4. First thing I thought was, "Poppies!"

    "In Flanders fields the poppies grow
    Between the crosses, row on row..."

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  5. My first thought was pomegranates. Whatever you decide to name it, it's a beautiful sweater!

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  6. I saw Wrapped in Roses for some reason. Very pretty.

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  7. My first thought was Pac Man ghosts too! lol. I do like Cherries Julblee. They do look like little flowers. How about Tea Roses?

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  8. Wow! I love all these ideas... keep them coming... it's going to be hard to choose!!!!!

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  9. Hang on Sloopy - cuz it reminds me of Ohio State!!! (I'm a Buckeye, dontcha know!)

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  10. Cascabel- the name of a beautiful spherical chili pepper... reminded me of them instantly. Besides the fit of the sweater has something a bit spicy about it, don't you think!?

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  11. Very pretty Laura!

    Like many others here, my first thought when I saw it was cherries. How about Cerise? (French for cherry)

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  12. Cranberries in the Rain?

    Another Laura

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  13. Bram says "Black Mamba Firedragons." I know that'll win.
    -Caitlin

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  14. Im from UK and the red 'faces' remind me of church or catherdral stained glass windows or pumpkin lanterns. So, I thought:

    Cathedral glass

    Lantern faces

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