Friday, July 20, 2012

What's In A Name?

Here is a sneak peek at my exclusive project for the beginner class at the Michigan Fiber Festival.
 This was a great little project to hook and I'm excited for my students because I know they will like to hook it too!  However, I have a little brain freeze when coming up with a name for the pattern, so here's where you can help!
Think of a name and leave it as a comment here on my blog.  The winner will be picked by my dear hubby and you will win 1/2 yard of the background wool as my "thank you" for the name suggestion.  The contest will end on July 25, 2012 so put your thinking caps on!
The background wool is one of my favorites.  A brown/green plaid with hints of red and blue.  Not too dark, not too light...just right!
 I will announce the winner on July 26th.
By the way, if you are interested in taking my beginner class (and hooking the sheep kit) at the Michigan Fiber Festival, click here  to sign up for the workshop.  You only have until August 1st to sign up (no registrations will be accepted after that time).
PS:  Submit as many names as you like.

30 comments:

Brighton Wool Gatherings at That'll Do Farm said...

I'm going with Oxy, short for Oxford. Regardless of his name, he's awfully cute!

Mary Kay Bailey said...

I vote for....."Wooly Beginnings". Nice pattern, Kris.

Saundra P said...

How about Lambkin but had other thoughts too, guess just one name per person? He's cute as the dickens!

Saundra

Teri721 said...

IHow about Pickles. My kids always wanted a dog named Pickles.

zas said...

With ewe, I am

appleberrycottage said...

How about "Have You Any Wool?"
Laura

Suz said...

woolly ewe

Diane said...

'Poozer Sheep' long story. Our 1st Westie was Haley, but when she needed a grooming she looked like a sheep so we would jokingly call her 'sheep' and at some point one of the kids said 'poozer sheep' being silly. (no idea what it means)It caught on and she answered to both Haley and Poozer.
Cute little rug, if I were close, I'd love to take your class.

Michelle~Sugar House Creations said...

Woolie Pennies. That's all I got today. :-)

Miccosukee said...

Kris,
All I can come up with is "Sheepy Eyes." Have a great time teaching.
trisha

Unknown said...

Gertie Greenhorn!

Unknown said...

Gertie Greenhorn

Liz Abel said...

Gertie Greenhorn

Michelle said...

How about..."Mama Baaahama".

Jacqueline said...

Ewe State Fair

jleibfried@aol.com

Jacqueline said...

Or how about "wool collector"

love the piece.

jleibfried@aol.com

adailydoseoffiber said...

Made in Michigan or
Michigan Beauty or
Michigan Maiden
It is a great pattern, fun to do but easy enough for a beginner. What size is it?

woollylottrugs said...

I would call it Penny. Great piece and love that background wool!

hugs
cyndi

Mary Jorgensen said...

'Baa, Baa, Bunting'
Such a darling little pattern!
Mary

old crow said...

HI Kris,
How about "Here's looking at Ewe" or " I love Ewe"

Have a sweet day!!
Mona

Alta said...

My suggestion- Yes Sir, I have wool!

beeinstitches said...

Love the pattern! How about, Ewan, or MI Sheep (pronounced MY Sheep), or Starter Sheep or Wooly Winner or First Prize. I better stop!

Linda said...

Hi Kris,
How about.....Sheep on Spruce Ridge

Linda

twoives said...

Those lambs tongues lead me to: Lambsie Ewe. Cute pattern, Kris.

Linda G said...

How about "Have you any wool?"

Pamelee said...

"Rambow" :-)

Pam

Rugs and Pugs said...

Love the wool! How's about Ewe's Sweet?
Hugs :)
Lauren

Pamelee said...

Alternate spelling of name:
"Ram-Beau".

Pam

woolwoman said...

kinda silly but how about "got wool?" it's just that cute look on her face like Who me? or how about Wool? Who me? that might be cuter. Good luck with your beginner class. Melody

Linda said...

"Miller Had A Little Lamb"Sampler sounds good to me.
Linda S