Wednesday, November 19, 2008

CONTEST!!! Name This Hat!

OK...I admit it...I'm stumped!! I have no idea what to name this newest original crochet pattern from Jaybird Designs!! This fun hat features random stripes plus a few bobble textured rows! Just think of all the fun you could have with colors while making this earflap hat!!!
So, I thought it was time for a contest! YOU can help me name it! Please leave your name suggestions in the comment section and on Monday, November 24th, at noon MST I will choose the name I like best!! What will the winner get??? Well, of course they will get a FREE copy of the pattern! BUT, that is not all!! OH NO! That is not all!!! Since Monday is my wonderful husband Ron's 40th Birthday, I will also send the winner 40 "somethings"!! OHHH!!!! What could it be?? 40 marbles? 40 cupcakes? 40 skiens of yarn!!!!!!! You'll have to win to find out!
OK, so here are the pictures of the hat. Best of luck!


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34 comments:

Jus Shar Designs said...

I'm going to go with
Textured Toque, or
Terrifically Textured Toque

plussizemommy said...

I like either Heidi or goldie locks, the braids hanging on the sides reminds me of their braids in the stories.

So maybe the "Heidi Hat" or "Goldie Locks Cap"


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Jennifer said...

Totally Toque-d (heehee!)
Winter Bliss
or maybe
Bobbles and Braids

oooh! 40 'somethings'?! fun!!!

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tanglust said...

I think a good name would be "head hugger"
or maybe "hat of tails" or " crocheted tails"

Jewels said...

Oooh, coool, I love contests! :D

The nubs look like little stones, how about the "Cobble Cap"?

Anything that reminds me of cold weather always makes me think of Nordic people, so I'd give it a type of Norse name, like "Haldis" (stone spirit; see? stones!) You could name it the "Haldis Hat".

Or how about "Knut" (knot), the "Knut Kap" :D
Or "Quemby" (from the woman's estate), the "Quemby Coiffe" (we've got Norse AND Frensh here! LOL!)

Oh, I could keep this going all day, so I'll stop here...

kathychef@yahoo.com said...

Viking Maiden!!

marmaladecheeks said...

I've been watching Ann Curry climb Kilimanjaro all week wearing a similar cap. So, I would suggest the "Crochet Sherpa Cap". It has a little alliteration, too.
Cute pattern!

Mama said...

I like Bobble Flap Beanie. Catchy and descriptive. I like the Norse ideas too Super cute hat by the way!

Mary Sarah said...

How about Heidi Hat? The braids on the sides are too cute!

Jodi Faye said...

Hmm...

Maybe the Mogul Melter, the bobbles reminded me of ski jumps :)

Tamara said...

love it! i nominate:

hun liker vinteren (she likes winter)

or

Velkommen vinter (Welcome winter)

J7Troop said...

First thought that came to mind "Cherokee Princess"

I can already see the colors I would use for it! Cute :)

Robin McCoy said...

When I saw the color combo, my brain automatically thought of s'mores, so I think that "S'mores" is a good name. I mean, once you make one, everyone is gonna want s'more, right? :D
I also thought of bubbles...maybe 'Bubbley Bobbley Hat'

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suigeneris said...

i say chocolate marshmallow fluffernutter. its a quite delicious pattern...

Anonymous said...

Hi Jennifer,


I can't seem to log-in to post a comment about the name for the hat so I am sending you an email with my name. I think you should call it "The Helga". :)


Great hat. Best of luck to you fiding a name

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Kristi said...

My first thought for a name was "Bobbles 'n Braids".

Melissa said...

Such a cute hat

Name ideas
Appalachian Ridge
Appareo ( To become visible,appear)
Mount Caramel
Dark Hollow
Stony Mount

Wendy said...

Well I guess I am a little too slow....I thought of Bobbles & Braids, but I see 2 others already have that.
SO lets see if I can come up with something else......Viking Braids...is what I have come up with.....
basilwendy (at) yahoo (dot) com

Jewels said...

Of course, I meant FrenCh, not FrenSh... Sheesh... Sorry, my accent got in the way. ;)

Anonymous said...

Jennifer,

I can’t seem to log in so I’m sending my suggestion by email “Bobble Confection”



Carolyn

Anonymous said...

Jayne Kabobbled!!!!!!!!!!!Marlene, m.mcdonalad123@rogers.com

Anonymous said...

I would call it Hot Chocolate. The hat is gorgeous, it will keep anyone warm and fuzzy! It will give you that wonderful feeling that only Hot Chocolate does when you are trying to get warm and toasty.

thanks,
Heather

Anonymous said...

I'm not a crocheter or knitter much but I love projects.

How about the name Swiss Miss? That's what came to mind when I saw it.

Mary Ann said...

I think the hat is adorable. When I first saw it I thought, now that is a Noggin! So I submit calling it "The Noggin."

Mary Ann Colatuno

DylanAngel2001 said...

Pigtails Snowcap! :D


Ashley
DylanAngel2001@aol.com

Jill said...

How about "Ink Bubbles" ? Its the first think i thought of when i saw the picture.

Anonymous said...

1.winter wonderland
Gen
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Anonymous said...

I think that It should be called the espresso hat because It remind's me of a warm cup of coffee. what a nice hat

baela said...

I think "Siberia" would be a good name. :D

baela *fluffymonkey on ravelry.com*

Anita said...

My suggestions are: Sky Pilot, Sleigh Rider, Flapper, or Sweedie Pie

Catilda said...

Didn't want to go with something color-related, because it could be done in sooo many colors, but how about "I'm forever blowing bobbles?"

Knitz2 said...

several good suggestions I like already! the best I could come up with is: Bobbles Up!

ikkinlala said...

I'd call it a Curling Cap, because the bobbles kind of remind me of curling stones and the top definitely reminds me of the house (the target). It would be a good thing to wear while curling, too.

Jaylin said...

How about "The Rapunzel" or "Pippie-Long-Cap"?