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Mar 4, 2012

New Q Contest!!

Go here for the newest contest...http://thrumsca.blogspot.ca/2013/03/new-z-contest.html

 Announcing a NEW Q Contest!!

Pick a word that has a 'q' somewhere in it.

Describe the colours.

I weave a new wrap with your 'q' name and you WIN a Everyday Scarf!!!

Deadline Saturday March 31, 2012 6pm.
The last winner chose the Weaver Bird who's latin name is Quelea Quelea,


Quelea Small Wrap

14 comments:

  1. Katherine Tong: Queen, silver and gold and white.

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  2. Quince: green leaves, bright yellow on the outside and cream on the inside.

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  3. Jackie Brock: Bouquet, Fuscia, red, orange, yellow.

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  4. quinoa: i'm thinking sandy shades, champagne/creams, white-gold neutrals with flecks of vibrant yellows. yum!

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  5. Estelle's vote:
    quietude: ink blue, grey, indigo, taupe, plum, and wedgewood blue... maybe a thread of sap green?

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  6. Donna says: vernal equinox--with all shades of green sprouting up, mixed with purple grape hyacinths, snow drops, a few yellow crocuses.

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  7. Quindo Magenta - like a purplish sky!

    Catherine

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  8. Vivian says: My word is QAT, which is also a great scrabble word!

    Shades of green, perhaps mingled with browns as in the photo of the qat fields in Yemen,

    http://ag.arizona.edu/~lmilich/yemen.html#intro

    Fingers crossed for me! ;-)

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  9. Pam Jackson says: Quagga....a recently extince zebra, striped only on the head and shoulders....would make an absolutely beautiful black and white scarf...

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  10. Amy McCallum says:
    Quintessential, which represents the most perfect example of a quality or class. For example, this pic shows some quintessentially beautiful stained glass windows from the Sainte Chapelle in Paris. It's theme is the resurrection, which is perfect for Easter/springtime - colours are cobalt blue, grass green, burnt sienna and ivory.


    http://architecture.relig.free.fr/images/sainte_chapelle/cluny_vitrail_resurrection.jpg

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  11. Quantum leaves you with all the clours of the rainbow because it is inclusive of all there is

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  12. Charlotte CampbellMarch 14, 2012 at 10:04 PM

    Quetzale: vibrant turquoise and red with hints of black and white and emerald. It is the official bird of Guatemala. They even named their currency over the bird!

    http://www.dreamcatcherimaging.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/Male-Resplendent-Quetzal.jpg

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    1. Charlotte!!! Your word is beautiful!!! YOU WIN!!!

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  13. How about Quagmire - an earthy peaty place often encountered on the moors of England. The colours would be rich umbers and earthy greens - olives, sap greens and some threads of brights chartreuse with teh odd undertome of ochre and red iron oxide

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