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  • New peg racks - got any smart names..

    Hi everyone,

    here are three new 'designer' peg racks I have just finished. I'm pretty pleased with them. What do you think?

    Trouble is I want to give each a name to go in my webshop. I always struggle to name my own work.

    Now I know you lot are good at that type of thing, so any suggestions you may have would be very gladly welcomed!!

    Ah, you're all smahers!
    Steve

    Last edited by kipper workshops; 26-04-2007, 03:41 PM.
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  • #2
    Hmmm, for the middle one all I can think of is 'flowery delight' and the bottom one reminds me of farmers fields so 'green fields'.Sorry, best I can do without some form of hallucinatory substance.
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    • #3
      Was just going to go on your site today..I need some peg racks for my studio.

      Just rambling ideas..

      weaver or cotton quilt

      daisy fields or floral something
      spots and stripes ? or ploughed field

      Finking-really I am
      Debbie
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      • #4
        Just put my order in you have some lovely work...and the peg racks are fab..will def be back for more.
        Debbie
        www.thesilverzebra.co.uk

        Contemporary glass fusion designs - sculptures - wall panels - functional items - outdoor sculptures. We also run Silver & Glass workshops here in Cheshire - kiln space also offered.

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        • #5
          All taht praise made me have a look.
          Your rusty metal stars, do they have holes in them so they can hang?
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          • #6
            Crazy daisy? Thats all I can think of for the middle one
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            • #7
              Top one - Funky red.

              Something to do with flowers for the middle one

              And green stripes (sounds boring!) for the bottom one
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              • #8
                floral one could be grannies garden!!
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                • #9
                  Eh up!

                  Thanks for your feedback and name suggestions.

                  Keep 'em comin!

                  Thanks for your order Deborah, glad you like the things on my site.
                  Got lots more to add, all takes much longer than you plan for. What is that!!??

                  The rusty items don't have holes in, but I could easily drill holes if required, nay probs.

                  So, let's have more of those names....keep 'em coming...thanks all!!

                  Steve
                  Handmade woodcrafts - relaunching soon.
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                  • #10
                    They look great!
                    For the bottom one - Green Fields (sort of working on previous messages)
                    Top one - Sugar and Stripes
                    Middle one - Crazy Daisy (has someone already said this? Sorry - bad memory today!)

                    Good luck with the naming ceremony!

                    Ruth

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                    • #11
                      Oh, I can't decide. Thanks for your suggestions.

                      This is my thinking so far...

                      Top one: funky something, funky days maybe? Definately thinking of funky younger stylee..
                      Middle one: Summer something, or spring something or something bloom? Something in the girly stylee..
                      Bottom one: Country something or Autumny something. I like the idea of the earth, farming.. Definately a country stylee..

                      Any more suggestions? Aargh!! so hard to name things!!!!

                      Thanks
                      Steve
                      Handmade woodcrafts - relaunching soon.
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                      • #12
                        Funky Flowers for the middle one

                        top one...........ummmmmmm.....Candy Chic

                        Bottom one.... Spring Meadow or Autumn Daze
                        Amanda
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                        • #13
                          Sorry, brain-dead! Can't think of any names but I just wanted to say that you've got some lovely items for sale.

                          Keep it up!

                          PS - Where is Staffs are you? My ex-in-law lives in Madeley. I love Bridgemere Garden Centre and Stapeley Water Gardens. Nice part of the world!
                          Helen

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                          • #14
                            Thanks for more suggestions.

                            Also, glad you like my items.

                            We live in a little place at the top of a hill called Biddulph Moor. The views are beautiful from our garden which is a very steep slope!! We can see five counties on a clear day!

                            We have only been here one year, since I decided to quit the rat race (of sunny manchester!). Don't get me wrong I love manchester, a lot, but we wanted to get out in the sticks a bit. I say 'I quit the rat race' as Clare still works full-time, in Stoke. She's always very glad to get home and enjoy the garden and her chickens!

                            Keep those suggestions coming.... think we may be nearly there...


                            Steve
                            Handmade woodcrafts - relaunching soon.
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                            • #15
                              Love the 3rd one and Autumn Daze suits it well

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