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September 08, 2010

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Wendy

I think you should call him Colin. Ok, there's no pun, no reference to quiltig or sewing, but it suits him. I have a bunny called Colin but this little guy looks like one too.

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Cate M

BARINYA
Barinya is an aboriginal word meaning STAR and I think that's what your little kangaroo is about to become!
Cate

Brenda

I think "Quoey" sounds good. Quilt + Joey= Quoey.
Brenda :)

Chriss

We call the little fellas who hop around our house Hoppyroos, I think this would be cute for your roo.

Noela

Aussie-Roo sounds good.

Deanna

When I was younger we watched a cowboy show on TV & the "good guy"s name was HOP-ALONG-CASSIDY. Since this guy is a "hopper" how about naming him Cassidy? Sound good to me! Have a good day.

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Pamela C

colourque roo.. :)

Teresa

He looks like a Dexter to me - don't ask me why, just does.

Robyn Brown

How about Joe K. Roo or Joe Patcharoo

Linda in MI

stitcharoo

SandyN

Aussie Patches...

Sandyn

Meredith

What about Wagga the Roo?

Karen

What about Hugaroo, after hugs'n kisses of course.

Laila

Hi. You have to name him Skippy.Please ;-)

Ange Moore

I was thinking Quilt-a-roo but that's what everyone else has said too!

How about Skippy, the Quilt Kangaroo (sung to the original theme tune - obviously!!).

Janelle

Ruby Roo?

Lynne

Quilter Roo-B-Web :-)

Nancy

How about "Stitch"?

Jo in Tas

I'd call him Patch

Fiona @BubzRugz

What about a Quicket for the Quallaroo?
Hugz

Kelly Ann

Q-B The Quilter...

Kali

It would have to be Matilda wouldn't it?

Kerry

He looks like "Skipper" to me. Look forward to seeing what you are up to.

Leah

Rooby?

ozjane

Wallyquilt...he is a wallaby?? LOL or Quiltywally

Linda

Patcheroo, of course!

Terry

How about Quiltaroo? He's cute! :0)

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