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23 July 2012

New and Nameless

I finally finished this quilt which has been a WIP for over a year. I won the charm packs from the Fat Quarter Shop – during a Talkin’ Tuesday (#talknt) on Twitter.

 

I look forward to sharing the details on how I made it – but first, it needs a name and I would love your suggestions.

 

 

It reminds me of the circus or a carnival. Someone suggested Kites … so I’ve toying with Carnival Kites.

 

 

So please, spam me with your suggestions. I’d love to hear what you think.

 

33 comments:

  1. How about Laughing clowns or something similar as you won the charms you used and that is all I could think of for fairground games. Or coconut shy, although I like the kites idea too.
    Good luck with choosing a name, I know you will find the right name but I think it will be hard to work out just the right one.

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  2. I saw kites also, at first glance, but then wondered if it could really be kites without tails, LOL.....BUT, carnival kites sounds good!

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  3. Yes Dottie, they are kites. The quilting are the tails. I love the name Carnival Kites.

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  4. I don't know why, but it totally reminds me of jockey silks...hubs thinks it looks like the game bejewelled...therefore we are no help whatsoever! Nice quilt Anorina. I think Carnival Kites is a great name for it!

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  5. I don't have a name, but love it! So fun....I might have to try something like that for my kids! =)

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  6. I think carnival kites is a great name. I always find the naming part the hardest!

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  7. hmm, it looks like rainbow geese?

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  8. I love this quilt. I like the name you picked too. When I saw the quilt it reminded me of something a court jester would wear. I just love all the colors.

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  9. Sarah @ FairyFace DesignsJuly 24, 2012 at 4:06 AM

    Love this! So bright and colourful. First thing I thought of was Kites.....something like Kite Jamboree!

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  10. Margaret McGaffey FiskJuly 24, 2012 at 4:23 AM

    I love the name carnival kites. A flight of kites is exactly what this quilt brought to mind. It's wonderful :).

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  11. Dizzy Lizzy - don't know why but that's what popped into my head. I love the quilt! Can't wait to hear more about it.

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  12. Carnival kites is a perfect name for this wonderful quilt!

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  13. Kitesis the firsy thing that popped into my head so carnival kites is a great name.

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  14. oh that is just stunning.... the first thing that came to mind was gem stones.... my suggestions is Gem Collection...
    Hugz

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  15. Kristy @ Quiet PlayJuly 24, 2012 at 10:17 AM

    Ooh it's so gorgeous and bright! I'm terrible at names but I like the Carnival Kites idea! Fab quilting too!

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  16. Love the quilt so simple but oh so pretty. Name could be colour revolution

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  17. This is really pretty. Reminds me of a beach full of kites.

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  18. I know this is totally different from your other suggestions, but what about white diamonds? It's almost a reversal of the quilt itself :)

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  19. I think it should be Cotton Candy dreams! I agree with the circus look! I love it!! Bright and fun!

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  20. "Send it Soaring" or "kite-tails"

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  21. Kite flight. It should totally be kite related

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  22. Love bright colors. How about Crazy Kite Dreams

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  23. My first thought was Pinwheels, or Spinwheels, something like that. Reminds me of the little toy you blow in the summer that goes round and round.

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  24. Charm Colour Explosion

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  25. How about "Kite Power"?

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  26. Here are a few ideas Harlequin Court, Harlequin Kites, Harlequin Diamonds or maybe something to do with Argyle?

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  27. The first thing I thought of was kites, Lets Go Fly A Kite would be a good name

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  28. Named yet?
    If not, try Kites Aflight

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