Monday, October 27, 2008

Name Ideas?

I'm still looking for clever catchy names. Here's some suggested ones so far: "Cajun Cables", "Autumn Aran" (Aran is a cabled type of sweater), "Autumn Glory", "Autumn Blaze-r", etc. Keep the suggestions coming, and then when I finally get the thing done, we'll vote on it. How democratic of us! Just think how wonderful it will be - the results of our vote won't lead us to war, end all healthcare for cabbages, or reduce the stupidity in schools!I've been steadily cranking away on Peter's Autumn Coat, and so far, everything seems to be going according to plan. I'm just holding my breath, waiting for the Evil Knitting Fates to step in and make me forget something really important, like sleeves.

I hope I get this done soon, because the weather this week has taken a steep decline a la the stock market, and it's c-c-c-c-cold here!

(Of course, "cold" is relative, because I'm sure that when we get the exact same temperatures in February, we'll all be exclaiming over the "heat wave" and run around in shorts and tank tops. It's amazing how quickly the brain can process insane things like snow and cold. I personally believe that my brain is in a coma from November to May - that should explain a lot.)

Now if only I could find that darn zipper that I just bought . . .

7 comments:

Lin said...

That is looking lovely, the cables are great.

Barbara said...

Looking good! I love the cables.

hakucho said...

Those cable are stunning!! Just beautiful :)

happy knitting :)

Flipfloppingmamma said...

Your link to the scrapbooking retreat is just TOO FUNNY!!!

LaVerna said...

It is lovely.I would suggest Celtic Autumn.Love the color.

Danielle said...

Peter's coat is looking so gorgeous :) I don't have any suggestions for a name still, but you are really influencing me lately with all of your beautiful cabled sweaters that you are knitting. I want to knit cables like you!! I need to practice ;)

Heddy said...

such a pretty sweater/coat! I love the colour, and the cables are gorgeous. When I saw it , I thought of meandering country roads ... whatabout "A Drive in the Country" for its name?