Saturday, February 27, 2010

New Patterns

I am getting ready to launch several new patterns. I always have trouble coming up with fun and interesting names for my quilts and my patterns. So I thought I would run a contest and the winner will receive a copy of my new patterns hot off the presses when they are printed. Here are the two new fused patterns. One is three versions of Blue and Green Jack-in-the-Pulpits, and the other is two versions in Purple/Pink of Jack-in-the-Pulpits.

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I can’t wait to see all the great names!! Thanks

21 comments:

sistersoftheart said...

Oh fun! What about "Flap Jack"? A JIP has a bit of a floppy head. Love the design & both color ways!! Patte

Debbie S. said...

Your new patterns are just lovely!! Thanks for the oportunity to name your new pattterns. How about "Sylvan Treasures"? Debbie S.

Lisa said...

Jack Dragons - Another name for Jack in the Pulpits is Brown Dragon but that is kind of boring so I thought Jack Dragons was much better.

Sandy said...

These are just gorgeous. I like Lisa's name of Jack Dragons. But I'd like to throw in Fossil Jacks as my entry, only because I think these patterns would look gorgeous done in Fossil Ferns and they are kind of Ferns too. So that's my entry choice. Thanks for giving us this opportunity.

isa & marta said...

Bonitos nombres han dicho otras amigas. Pero si bien lo asocio con fósiles, pasado y serenidad, propongo "eternidad ".gracias por permitirme participar

Frieda said...

I had to translate from isa and marta
Nice names have told other friends. But if I associate with fossils, past and serenity, I propose 'eternity'. Thanks for letting me participate

Diane N said...

I don't know if any of these names would help you name your patterns but my grandfather used to call jack-in-the-pulpits "Indian Turnips." Probably not the best name. Grandma called them "Reverent Jacks" and the lady around the bend from us called them "Magical Jacks" because she had a low spot that flooded in the spring. As soon as the water receded, the jack-in-the-pulpits popped up everywhere - hence the magical. Pesonally I like "Reverent Jacks" the best although I don't know if it's a good selling name for your pattern. No matter what you name them, the new patterns are beautiful.

Julie Bagamary said...

They are so beautiful. How about Tranquil Treasures or Tranquil Jacks

Julie Bagamary said...

Joyous Jacks or Joyour Jack In The Pulpits- Just Jacks or Just Jack In The Pulpit- Justified Jacks or Justified Jack In The Pulpit- Jubilant Jacks or Jubilant Jack in the Pulpits. Peaceful Jacks or Peaceful Jacks in The Pulpits.

:)

Dolores said...

Jack and Jackie. (blue/green and purple/pink)

Colleen Kole said...

How about "Surprise Under The Pines" or "Woodland Treasures" ? I always find mine in new places under my pine trees. They are very pretty.

Diane J. Evans said...

These are wonderful, Frieda -- how about "Jumpin' Jack Flash" and "Jack in the Box" (especially with these beautiful square borders)?

Diane

Marianne said...

From top left (green):
Shy Jack - Cheeky Jack - Young Jack
Bottom left (purple)
Jack the Knight - Jack Senior and Jack Junior
Great patterns and I love your colour choices!

MARIKA said...

I like it wonderful colour there is a world for you!
You have a huge freedom in the pinning!
Wonderful,nice:)))
Marika Hungary

Linda in Sarasota said...

Here's a crazy idea -- Pulpit Poppits

The flower just pop out of the ground. Some day I'll tell you a Will story on these flowers

Linda said...

Jack Be Pink..........

Diane N said...

I showed your blog regarding the jack-in-the-pulpit patterns and she would like to suggest "Plant of Peace." She said she always loved seeing them every spring and they made her feel peaceful and happy.

Diane N said...

That last comment should have said that I showed your blog to my mother and "Plant of Peace" is what she suggested. Sorry for the typo.

Jackie said...

another name for jack in the pulpit is lords and ladies,
so... Precious Pink and Purple Lords and Ladies

Beautiful Blue/Green Lords and Ladies
or Introducing Lords and Ladies in Blue/Green....

or Jumping Jade Jack in the pulpits for the blue/green

Laura Wasilowski said...

How about Preacher Jack?

Nancy said...

"Pulpitude"? A take-off on "pulchritude", or "physical beauty." It just popped into my head. Can't explain those things.

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