Monday, March 12, 2012

And then there were...

Two!

Two!

Pattern writing has commenced.  Now we just need a name.  Any suggestions?

Happy Knitting!
xoxo Irishgirlieknits

17 comments:

Zonda said...

They are two cute ;) Haha pun intended. Baby Diamonds....Diamond baby....

Manda said...

Adorable! :) going along w/ the DIamond theme, how 'bout Diamant? it's Irish Gaelic for Diamond. or Seoid (gem) ? :)

doviejay said...

Did you notice that these two sweaters are the exact same color as the tree in the previous post? :) I think you had a Lavender deficiency!

Peppermint Mocha Mama said...

Doodle Bop... I have no idea why but it's a fun happy name and that is the most adorable pattern. Both just make me smile - and it's what came to mind when I saw it. Could be because I was watching old episodes of The Dooblebops yesterday and DeeDee is a lovely shade of lavender too... who knows.

Jocelyn said...

Lovely! I was thinking Spring Diamonds.

Anonymous said...

all those diamonds "a girl's best friend"

fowlervilles_deb said...

gleoite cailĂ­n (sweet girl)

dianne said...

Did your mom have a childhood nickname?

gMarie said...

beautiful, obviously a quick knit. I was thinking diamonds too. g

Amanda said...

You can always name it after the baby you knit the first one for, if you know her name!

Jane said...

Darling sweater. I don't have any good ideas for a name but I'm looking forward to the pattern.

Lisa said...

I'm all over that pattern! LOVE IT! Since I've wanted to snuggle with that sweater since I laid eyes on it, how about, "Snuggly Diamonds" or "Cuddly Diamonds?"

Marcy said...

Tulip! Just like your beautiful picture of the pink magnolia which I call a tulip tree! Very, very cute.

InJuneau said...

Maggie's Blossoms, short for magnolia, the beautiful tree they match.

InJuneau said...

Maggie's Blossoms, short for magnolia, the beautiful tree they match.

StatenIslandSusan said...

That's an adorable sweater. If it were my design, I might name it So Serena or My Serena (and now I can't stop singing My Sharona / The Knack = LOVE that song. :)

Watercolor said...

I like Tulip!

Because of the purple it reminds me of the Japanese Magnolia trees we call Tulip Trees. And it is girly and springy looking and the trees herald spring. Early Tulip maybe?

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