Name this Pattern Contest!
UPDATE: This pattern is now names Wild Moose Chase. Get it here.
This sweet little moose pattern needs a name!
We have been stumped on what to name our upcoming pattern, so we are asking y’all for help. To make it fun, we are going to hold a little contest! We are putting this contest out on our blog, Facebook and Instagram.
We are looking for something cute, clever, funny or just down right amazing - bonus points if it is a street name (avenue, drive, street, circle, etc.)! Comment below with your favorite name(s) and we will pick a winner this Sunday. The winner will win bragging rights! And if that isn’t enough, you will also win the pattern for you and a friend, before anyone else can get it!
Now here are some cute photos to help inspire you! And yes, that is cork fabric we used for the antlers. It appliqués like a dream!
We made some pillows too!
Alright, comment below with your best names! We will choose the winning name on Sunday and ship out the patterns as soon as we get it all finished up. Thanks in advance! =]
Kristy Wolf said:
Lisa Marie said:
The first thing I thought of when I saw this was Fruit Stripe Gum. So I suggest a silly name:
Moose in the Fruit Stripe Lane
Birgit Gehre said:
Donna Campbell said:
Mardi Gras Moose
Ruth Locke said:
I think he looks like Bullwinkle
Linda Hamilton said:
Alces is both the genus and species designation of the North American moose.
Pam Davison said:
Sandra Montgomery said:
Bullwinkle, of course!
Loose Moose Lane
Pat C said:
Here Moosey Moosey
Has to be Bullwinkle (from the Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoon)!
Linda Duplantis said:
Corky the moose
Lucinda Jones said:
Jolyn Olson said:
Karen Vince said:
You Moose be kidding!
Linda Clark said:
Alces Avenue or Wampoose Way…you just gotta keep the street name going!
Jan N. said:
In sweden we called this great man Helge!
ann casey said:
Would like to suggest" Moosejaw or Bust". Absolutely LOVE the new pattern.
Janet Crossman said:
“Moose On The Loose”
We had a daily vacation bible week at our local church
and this was the theme for the week, as soon as our week was finished a Moose was spotted and photographed on our local Petitcodiac River that runs through our city. I think your moose are also on the loose.
Pam Schwarze said:
I just watched the Peter Rabbit movie and every time I see this I think of the deer from the movie who freezes and says “Headlights”.
So as silly as it is I think Headlights is a great name.
Patricia Davis said:
Sweet Molly Moose.
Beth Purser said:
Patricia Anderson said:
Maynard G Moose
(you have to be of a certain age to remember Maynard G Krebs —not sure if I spelled that right but an old character on TV)
De baker said:
I think it’s Ruddy….the riendeer
Lady Bug said:
It Moose be you
Maria José said: