Help me name this shrug

posted in: contest, design process, new patterns | 17

So remember how I kept on posting about the design process for the green shrug? You can see it from the beginning: it started with the yarn, then came the swatch and ideas, a sketch, a nearly finished shrug, and now here are photos of the lovely Katy Doyle wearing the shrug.

For me the last part of the design process is naming the shrug. Since I’ve been going through the process publicly I thought I’d give everyone the chance to give me an idea on what to name the pattern. The winner will receive a free copy of the shrug pattern. 
To enter: Put your suggested name(s) in a comment below along with your Ravelry ID or email address before May 1st.

17 Responses

  1. Jessica
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    Shrug off the rain 😉

    The eyelets look a little like rain drops.

  2. Cricket
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    My little green thing

  3. cara
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    A Hug in a Shrug

  4. danielle
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    Spring Has Sprung

  5. Melanie Hayes
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    Margarita on Ice
    That is what came to me with the color being that of a margarita and the sequins ice
    trot26 on rav

  6. Heather J
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    Lattice, or maybe Filigree

    lotsofhermies on Ravelry

  7. Kevin
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    How about the “Holey Hug”

    • mari
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      I’ve chosen Holey Hug as the name for this shrug! Thanks so much for your suggestion, please email me and I can send you a free copy of the pattern.

  8. sparky136
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    spring fling
    sparky136 on Ravelry

  9. Knittingdancer on Ravelry
    | Reply

    Summer Eyelets shrug

    knittingdancer on Ravelry

  10. Kenyetta
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    Summer Ladders
    Kenyetta on Rav

  11. 100Creations
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    On the town, or night out

  12. Jennifer
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    Since you couldn’t think of a name, how about “Shrug With No Name”? 😉

  13. cupcakeemma
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    “Giving him the warm shoulder”

  14. eyebehold
    | Reply

    April Showers Shrug

    (Lynnette from Ravelry)

  15. Karin
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  16. Karin
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    Urban Garden (knitful on Rav)

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