Monday, March 19, 2012

What's in a Name...

Well
everything...

Bench Monday 26...


I usually come up with something
while in the process of making a pattern...

Pretty in Pink...

Something that gives me a little hint
a little inkerling
to what it should...or likes...
to be called...

But nada...nothing...zilch...zip...zero...

Hello...number two...

Any ideas?

Hood on...

 Maybe something
springs to mind for you...

Please let me know...

It would be just nifty...

36 comments:

Nana Go-Go said...

She's definitely a 'Chloe' to me!

YarnRoundHook said...

I think she looks like a 'Suki'.

Willeke said...

When I saw her, I thought of Suki, really!!!! And when I want to post this ???? Yarn Round Hook said the same.
Soooooo, is this coincidence?

Janine said...

poppi

Crissi said...

Sweety!!!It's very nice!
♥Crissi♥

Angela said...

For me she looks like a "Little Miss Royal"

Enchanted Moments said...

Mikah came to mind for me...but I love m names.....

Pearly Queen said...

How about Peach Blossom...

Chris said...

Yoko I'd say!!!

Chris said...

Come to think of it Yoshi is also nice!!!

Mistea said...

She certainly looks like a traveller and ready for all seasons - my suggestion is Makkadie.
Very cute as always.

Manda Pierce said...

I see her as a Madeline or Maddie for short.

Jessica said...

For some reason I think of her as 'Selina'

Tania said...

'Nada' gave me a whiff of 'Nadia'! Ahem. But I'm liking an Eastern Bloc approach or a Japanese sound. Not the foggiest why - p'raps because she has some very sweet, very definite personality!!!

Floortje said...

I would like to name her Miyako, which means 'beautiful march child' in Japanese.... But however she will be called....she's cute!

Ana Reyes said...

She looks very oriental. You have a lovely garden. All the things you do are very "flowery" I thought of HANAKO meaning flower child. Or Michelle....
xoxoxo

Kim said...

I thought of 'Nina' when I saw her, or 'Yoko'!

DiddleDaddleDesigns said...

Since she looks like a babushka doll, I though Babi. Whatever, she is adorable.
Teresa

Sunshine said...

Matilda :)

Casey said...

my daughter just called her "Maddie", so I'm going to say that!

Pammy Sue said...

Maybe "Peony" after your favorite flower?

Sheery said...

Oh, she is so adorable. My 4 year old loves her and says she is 'Celia'.

Renee said...

She's looking like a "Lucy" to me :)

annie said...

Perhaps she could be Sissy since you are the Royal Sisters. I'd love to have a go at making her, thanks. Did you need the address or email?

Michelle said...

Thanks Annie...Just an e-mail address would be good.If you e-mail me at
lovingthevintage@bigpond.com
I can reply straight to your account instead of you putting it up on a comment...
Thanks...

Jan Quigley said...

Michiko, a lovely Japanese lady I knew as a child. She is one of those special, sweet, gentle ladies.

Bethel of Bethania said...

Well Michelle most folks are going for Oriental names & I agree she has that sort of look.Funny Jan Quigley says Michiko as I know a Japanese lady with that name... my nephews M-I-L... lovely lady... No matter what you call her she is adorable... <3

Psycho Scissors said...

When I saw her I thought 'Zara'. I tend to give the first name that jumps into my head to alot of things.

Itchin' Stitchin' said...

Spring like - I would say something like Dahlia or Lilly

Judy said...

I see her as KIWI

not sure why....LOL!

Anne said...

How about Yuki or Anchee? She's very sweet. :)

Miss J said...

How about Sister, or Sissy

Shara said...

Chelley? or Shelly?

Susan Being Snippy said...

Well, seems to me, you gave her a name already -- perhaps inadvertently. She is not really a person and not really an animal, so perhaps she is a Nifty... Maybe Chloe, or Danni, or Nance, or Edna the Nift... Hmmmm? She is so very cute no matter what you name her... and she is a her...

Carol said...

Michelle, because she reminds me of you AND a Michelle I went to school with.

needlekrafter said...

I think a good name would be "Grandma's Girl" (going with your theme, in honor to your dear grandmother)
love this, esp. her cute embroidered eyes. :)