"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." Jer 29:11 (NIV)

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Name Thoughts for the Contest Quilt

Since the sashing units I designed for this quilt unintentionally ended up with a Star Trek look to them, I've wanted to go with a trekkie inspired name for the quilt.   And I must admit this is always that hardest part of finishing a quilt for me, and one I most of the time don't bother with.

The names I've come up with (or that others may have suggested) so far are (in order of my preferences at the moment):

  • Make It Sew
  • To Boldly Quilt Where No Man Has Quilted Before
  • Live Long and Quilt
  • Quilt Tribbles
I'd love to play off of "Highly Illogical" but for the life of me can't figure anything out for that one.

What do you guys think of the name possbilities....anyone have any other ideas?

Gratitudes:
1. The rain has stopped.....at least for the moment.

2. Have my reservations for the Phx part of my Thanksgiving trip.

5 comments:

swooze said...

What's wrong with using highly illogical?

Nancy Westerman said...

Highly Illogical is good. Did I tell you much I really like this quilt. It's bright, cheerful and a little on the WILD side. Other episodes.
Balance of Terror
The City on the Edge of Forever
Metamorphosis
Amok Time
The Doomsday Machine
By Any Other Name
Patterns of Force
The Omega Glory
Return to Tomorrow
The Paradise Syndrome
The Enterprise Incident
Spock's Brain
Is There in Truth No Beauty?

Nancy Westerman said...

Highly Illogical is good. Other episodes.
Balance of Terror
The City on the Edge of Forever
Metamorphosis
Amok Time
The Doomsday Machine
By Any Other Name
Patterns of Force
The Omega Glory
Return to Tomorrow
The Paradise Syndrome
The Enterprise Incident
Spock's Brain
Is There in Truth No Beauty?

desertskyquilts said...

Your quilt is Highly Logical. =) Spock's Galaxy. The Alpha Quadrant. Omega Gambit. LOL Have fun naming.

Kate Chiconi said...

How about:
It's quilting, Jim, but not as we know it.
Fascinating, Captain...
Now, Voyager (from the Walt Whitman poem)
Don't let's ask for the moon. We have the stars.