Friday, March 30, 2012

Need A Name

I finally have designed a new doily.  I will have to crochet another one before I can post the pattern as I just got crocheting row after row without writing it down ... there's still a few more rows to add and then to recreate and document.  And oh yes, I'm looking for a name for this.  Any suggestions? 

Welcome to the weekend, have a good one.

Blessings,

15 comments:

  1. lovely and I love blue too... name it Wagon Wheel.
    Hugs
    Susan

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  2. How about Pineapple Tango? It looks to me like it's dancing!

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  3. Pineapple paradise....Reminds me of cool water...Love it! cannot wait to see her finished.

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  4. This is lovely. So far I haven't tried to do the smaller hooks and threads of a dainty doily. Maybe one of those days. I love your blue color!

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  5. I don't know how you just make this stuff up out of your head. It's beautiful! Hope all is well and that you have a wonderful weekend. Tammy

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  6. as always Glor lovely, and the color reminds me of Robin's Egg blue, a name... Easter Bouquet? Hoping your hand is healing up sister...so glad your back...did I tell you that? Maybe I will a time or three more...but I really am....

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  7. So pretty, Gloria! It kinda reminds me of a Forget-Me-Not flower. :)

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  8. Such a lovely doily! I think I'd call it The Home Coming in honor of your Son.

    Thank you for your kind words you left for me on my blog. And thank you for the prayers...they mean so very much.

    Blessings to you and yours always :)

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  9. I knnit crochet but you are amazing! lol

    Gloria

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  10. Beautiful! Reminds me of a sunflower or Daisy. Great color too!

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  11. This doily looks fun to make, bring and happy. I would suggest to call it "Easter Egg Hunt". I can see it too made in hot pink, bright purple or pale yellow.

    You have talent and skillful hand on these creations. Thanks for posting.

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