Saturday, January 31, 2015

Help us name the first Triangle Frenzy quilt pattern!


UPDATE: Contest is closed.
It's a Triangle Frenzy Whirlwind!!



Hello, fellow quilters! We hope you all are staying warm and cozy out there, particularly those of you in the northern hemisphere. Hey, at least we have lots of quilts lying around to keep us warm, right?

 First off, we would like to extend a big thank you to those of you who checked out and commented on our last blog post, showcasing our studio space. And congrats to Anna G. for winning our contest!
If you missed the Studio Spotlight Blog hop, you can view the post here.

Now, on to business. We received such great feedback from you all on our studio space, so much so that we would like to invite you to help us come up with a name for our new pattern that is nearly ready for publication!

We understand that it isn't the easiest thing to try and find nice, contrasting border prints to use when making our patterns. Thus, we have decided to come up with a variation of the Triangle Frenzy Hexagon pattern where you can use multiple strips of fabric, sewn together, to achieve the same stunning visual effect. And to sweeten the deal, it will include instructions on how to make the Hexagon into a quilt!


This is the original border print version of the Triangle Frenzy Hexagon pattern.

You can see a sneak peek of the strip version in the photo at the top of this blog. The working name is the Triangle Frenzy Strip Quilt, but we think that's a rather unexciting name. Ideally, we are looking for a name that implies motion. The Triangle Frenzy Runner and the Triangle Frenzy Swirl are both names that reinforce the visual motion of the patterns. We'd love to keep that same theme going!

We are keeping this contest open for one week, after which we will select a winner. The winner will receive the pattern, hot off the press, autographed by the designer! The winner will also receive a gift bag of quilting goodies.
Deadline for this contest is Sunday, February 8th at 11:59 PM eastern time.

You may submit your suggestion by either commenting on this blog post or commenting on the Facebook post. Remember, this is not a random drawing- we are actually going to read all the names and decide which one we like best. Therefore, you may submit as many suggestions as you'd like, but the content is what is the most important.

If you don't happen to win this contest, don't worry! Everyone can get excited about this new pattern, scheduled for release at the end of February.

UPDATE 2/2/2015
Just in case you were wondering, yes, this is a photograph of real fabric, from Cherrywood
Tropicana Gradations bundle
There will be more of these quilts in fabrics from Cherrywood.

Thanks for reading, and have a Frenzy day!

29 comments:

  1. First idea is swirling hexies. Lovely pattern.

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  2. Turning triangle frenzy. Second idea.

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  3. The Triangle Frenzy Strippy Rainbow Quilt! Or the Triangle Frenzy Rainbow Strips & More Strips quilt!

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  4. Triangle Frenzy Whirling Quilt! Love it:-)
    LauraT

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  5. How about something simple like the rest of your patterns: Triangle Frenzy Stripes!

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  6. Triangle Frenzy Ripple. It looks a ripple when you throw a pebble into water ( only with a few angles!) pjrcontest(at)msn(dot)com

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  7. I am going to try again first one is tilt a whirl second is frenzy whirl

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  8. I suggest Magic Triangle Frenzy or Triangle Frenzy Magic Strips

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  9. How about Triangle Frenzy in a Spin or Triangle Frenzy Spinner

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  10. What do you think of - Triangle Frenzy Twister, or Hurricane, or Tornado, or Whirlwind, or Cyclone??? Your design is Stirring up a Storm. Love it!

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    1. Pam,
      Please contact us through our website or our gmail.
      Thanks!
      Bunnie
      Triangle Frenzy

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  11. Based on this color way (which isn't necessarily what the user would do, LOL), I call this particular one Neon Sherbet Frenzy. Otherwise, I'd call it More Frenzy Fun!

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  12. My suggestion - Triangle Frenzy Dimensions in Motion

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  13. Triangle Frenzy Your Way

    (not your mom)

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