Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Quilt name needed... QUICK!!

I have to turn in some paperwork for the Ohio Star quilt tomorrow. I have been racking my brain trying to come up with a name for the quilt, but I am drawing a blank.

Do any of you have any ideas? Anyone? Anyone? HELP!!!

Did I mention that I need the name by tomorrow?

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19 comments:

Coloradolady said...

Red Dawn
Star Crossing
War Paint

Gosh...I don't know...is this black with reds fading to pink??

Blushing starlit

Oh. I. Know....Corny! I am not good at this at all!! Maybe it will get your mind going on a real name!

vtquilter said...

Radiant Stars?

Susan C said...

Does it need to have Ohio in the name?

Ohio makes the grade
Shining through the darkness
Starlit night

Or how about a very abstract name? My word verification is ~ trinaric ~ and you do have a lot of triangles in there! LOL

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

I like Starlit Night.

scraphappy said...

Graduations, Reflection, Ombre Stars, Ohio Reflections, Shimmering Stars.....

liz said...

I don't know about a name but it is glorious.

Brenda said...

It reminds me of a few years ago, when the night time sky in Illinois filled with the most wonderous gradations of red. This quilt has that same impact. My personal preference would be (in honor of what made those colors possible that night) "Northern Lights". :)

Zany Quilter said...

It reminds me of a Valentine's Day date night...dark outside, red and pink flowers...Starry Valentine? Ohio Valentine? Tough one...

Sarah said...

Maybe you can do a play off the saying "Red sky at night, sailors delight. Red sky in the morning, sailors take warning." To me, it looks like a red sky at night, so maybe call it "Sailors Delight". Also with the star theme..sailors used to navigate with stars.

Marj said...

I am not good at naming quilts but how about something to do with Cincinnati chili? Or I vote Ohio reflections. The quilt is beautiful.

Kelly@CCCC said...

How about Subtle Changes? The graduation from the dark to the light is so subtle it's difficult to see where one color stops and another starts. It's absolutely beautiful!

Cheryl Willis said...

love the setting,
when Ohio stars come out to paint the town RED

PJ said...

What a gorgeous quilt! "Raspberry Blush" is what came to mind when I saw it. Good luck - I'm sure the right name will come to you.

Lorri said...

Amish Roads

Lee said...

Celestial Fires
Stars on Fire

Deanna said...

Starstruck?

Bleeding Stars?

Blushing Stars?

So beautiful I'm embarrassed?

(OK--I'm just getting silly)

sosarahsew said...

Fade to Glory?

Whatever name you choose, it sure is a beauty! Hey, I just realized I have some fabrics that would look great in this. I love your eye candy.

Jean said...

Love the Quilt

Kelly@CCCC said...

Sooooo, you gotta let us know what name you decided! And let us know how turn in went!