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    I've let this project drag on forever. Why? Because the pattern will be offered in 11 sizes and each size requires 5 charts. I hope to send it off for tech editing this weekend!

    In the meantime, the pattern needs a name! Any ideas?

    1. add_knitter 67 months ago | reply

      Kilkenny? Seems very Oirish to me:)

    2. S. J. Pajonas (spajonas) 67 months ago | reply

      yes, something irish :)

    3. cauchy09 67 months ago | reply

      oooh, i'd look for kooky names on a map of Ireland. Kilmurvey is the b&b where i stayed in the Aran Islands. i like saying that name.

    4. ElinorB 67 months ago | reply

      @add_knitter, gleek, cauchy: I see what you're saying, but do you think it's a little disingenuous to pick an Irish name when I've never been to Ireland?? I thought about picking a coastal name from near where I grew up (Cape Cod), but it's not as if Cape Cod inspired this. OMG, I am really overthinking this.

    5. cauchy09 67 months ago | reply

      there are always puns about knots and cables... heh.

    6. splityarn 67 months ago | reply

      I like the thought of naming it for places near the Cape. It's a great naming convention for future knits too. Barnstable! Chatham! Duxbury! Chappaquiddick! (ok, maybe not that last one)

    7. sao.mai 67 months ago | reply

      oohhhhh i loveeeeee

      you're hilarious :)

    8. ElinorB 67 months ago | reply

      @splityarn: I like the idea of having a naming convention for future knits. There are times when I think I should use the DROPS number convention! But of course, no one knows what you're talking about when you say you're knitting 110-25. :) I'm going to go with a Cape name, although a fairly obscure one.

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