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No. 014 Needs a Name

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There are four patterns in the new set.  Two have names and two do not.  The contest for No. 015 is still open and will stay open through at least Sunday morning because I’m so incredibly behind it’s not even funny.

On to No. 014.  Does it look familiar?  It should.  It’s a generic version of No. 006 Looking at Me.  Since the Brown Bear fabric won’t be around forever, I wanted the quilt to live on since it’s a cute baby quilt (though it works for adults too!) and easy to make.  There are some minor differences, but it’s essentially the same.

So on to the contest.  Same rules as all the others.  I’ll close it the same time as No. 015.  Winner gets a pattern.  Yay!

Horrible light here today… late in the day and pouring rain … blah blah blah.

10 thoughts on “No. 014 Needs a Name”

  1. Diane says:

    Love the new quilt!! Great fabric – good idea to use different fabric options. . .

  2. Stephanie says:

    I just discovered your patterns and LOVE your style. I will be ordering, (but a win would be awesome too!) Thanks for the chance to try out some names :).

    For No 14 I suggest “Tea for Breakfast”—it reminds me of a cozy tea party.

    For No 15 (don’t laugh!) I thought of the song “Witchy Woman.” (because it reminded me of stars…”see how high she flieeeess!”) Or perhaps “Spark Notes” or “Triangle Tango.” OK I’ll stop now. 🙂

  3. Stephanie says:

    OH, and P.S. I am a “name collector” and have always LOVED the name Maeve but never saw it used. Nice to see a beautiful little girl with it!

  4. Julianna says:

    I thought of the book ‘The Secret Garden’ when I saw this pattern because they look like walled in rose gardens. Can you use a book name like that?

    The Secret Garden
    Posy or Posies

  5. Nicole says:

    How about “Peek-a-boo”

  6. Julie says:

    I sure do wish I was better at coming up with names!! LOL

    Strawberries and Cream
    Snuggles and Cuddles

  7. alissam says:

    Sweet Squares.

    LOL I’m no good at name either!!

  8. Coralie says:

    It reminded me of picture frames, so how about, “Picture Perfect”?

  9. Melanie McFarlin says:

    This may already be a pattern name… “All Squared Up”?

  10. Jess says:

    Window Boxes
    Flower Boxes
    Blooming Flower Boxes
    Blooming Window Boxes
    Victorian Window Boxes

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