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Thursday, June 04, 2015

Design Needs A Name. Suggestions !!

Happy Thursday, 
I finished the new design yesterday, It is the one from a couple of post's ago about how I miss crewel work so I designed one for cross stitch. 
I need help with a name.....any suggestions would be appreciated........so here is a bonus!!!.........if I choose the name you suggest I will send you a free chart of this new design as a THANK YOU.......
Here is the photo below ......thinking caps on.........lets go...........
By The Bay Needleart.....new design

27 comments:

  1. What about Jump into Summer or Spring in to Summer.

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  2. I love it
    For me : Garden Eden :-)

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  3. Jacobean frolic!

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  4. Summer Doe. is my name Lynda Ruth

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  5. Anonymous2:57 PM

    how about summer deer or leaping deer
    or summer Rudolph or peaceful summer
    It is a lovely peace I will do this!
    good luck
    Darlene North

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  6. How about Hart of the Bay

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  7. How about Deer in the Flowers or Jumping Deer or High Flying Deer.

    Linda

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  8. Very pretty! The first title that came to mind was Spring Leap or Spring's Leap.

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  9. That is a really pretty pattern; I was thinking Flora & Fauna. :)

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  10. Stag Frolicking in the Garden is my suggestion for a name

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  11. Another suggestion for the name is "A Stag Frolicking In An Overgrown Garden".

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  12. Summer's joyful play.

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  13. Leaping Lenonard is my suggestion very pretty design

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  14. Joyfull Hart - is what I think of when I see this lovely design

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  15. Beautiful! How about "A Leap of Faith" as he looks as if he is jumping over water!

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  16. Jump in paradies - my thought as I saw the design ;))

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  17. Nature's Beauty. Love the design, and I agree reminds me of crewel work.

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  18. Doe you count blessings?
    Kimberly in TN

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  19. Oh, what a neat challenge! I love the Tudor/Jacobean eras - they fascinate me and I read about them whenever I can.
    When I saw your design (which I absolutely LOVE), I immeadiately thought of the symbolism it represents. (King James is rolled into all this - hence the "Jacobean" link to describing the essence of your design), but that would take too long to describe.
    The thistle, in ancient Celtic symbolism, represents nobility of character, while the deer are from the fairy realm and, in Celtic lore, represent magic and spirit. From all this, I came up with "Noble Spirit".
    WHEW! That was fun.

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  20. I suggest some: Mystical Flowers, Mystical Summer Flowers, Mystical Garden and Mystical Jumping Deer or Deer in a Mystical Garden

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  21. Hart by the Water brook (from Psa 42:1)

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  22. Anonymous11:54 AM

    I would like to submit BOUNDLESS JOY. Everything about the design is terrific, the colors, the pattern and the "feel". The buck himself can jump and play and go anywhere he desires (Boundless) and the feel is delightful (Joy).
    This pattern would be wonderful to do. It definitely brings a feeling of happiness with it.
    Alternatively it could also be titled BOUNDLESS DELIGHT.
    Thank you for your consideration, Betsy Minor, I stitch with Country Cupboard.

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  23. What about Stag Hill or Summer at Stag Hill?

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  24. The deer symbolizes fertility and the growth rates. Appears as the mediator between heaven and earth, as a symbol of the rising sun and rises to its zenith. In your embroidery, the deer appears next to a pea plant ( I think) where all stages is shown: flower, pods, peas. So I propose as name: cycle of life

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