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Name needed for the NEXT Funky Friends Factory Toy Pattern!

Nov 22, 2021 | Blog, Competitions & Giveaways, NEW Toy Patterns

Yeehar ~ it’s time for a sneak peek of my NEXT toy pattern!

I’m going to reveal JUST ENOUGH for you to get an idea of how the wolf toy pattern is turning out ~>

BUT please don’t get too excited…

 

Wolf-prototypes-teaser1

 

So far I’m onto

wolf prototype No 6

& there are gonna be

lots more!?%*#!!

 

Wolf-prototypes-teaser

 

It’s funny how certain toy-pattern designs come to me so EASILY and others, well, let’s just say it’s a bit like pulling teeth… well in Wolfie’s case… pulling legs! 😀

 

I’d better explain!

I finally got the front legs to LOOK how I wanted BUT they didn’t “sit and stay” as I wanted them too  – they flopped UP and stuck there TUCKED UNDER HIS CHIN – in a perfect “Thinker’s” position! 

Which might be great for
a bronze statue…

Copyright credit: Rodin Museum in Paris

 

So while I work on Wolfie’s legs… I thought, why don’t we have a naming competition for him! (I can’t call him Wolfie right?) 

 

Wolf naming Competition details!

Alright…. It can be a boy name, girl name or unisex name…


BUT it must
start with the letter ‘W”.

names beginning with 'W'

 

Please leave me a comment below with your name suggestions for the NEW Wolf toy pattern.

If YOU suggest the name that gets selected you will win the pattern!*

*WHEN it is finally released!!!!!!!!

I can’t wait to hear your name suggestions!

Pauline McArthur
Till next time, happy sewing,

Pauline
xxx

569 Comments

  1. Jeannie Boniface

    I’m partial to “Willow” myself. 🙂

    Reply
    • Judie Flower

      Wallace, Warwick, Walph

      Reply
      • Rachelle Ingram

        Wilma Wulfe

        Reply
        • Kristin Howell

          Wolfgang, my nephews name and we call him Wolfe for short.

          Reply
          • Pauline

            Cute! Wolfe sounds like Wolfie!!!😁

          • Elizabeth Herron

            Winnie, Waylon, Waldo, and Windy

          • Angie

            Warg. Its Norse, and means “Grey Wolf”

          • Martha

            Tundra, Timber or Mackenzie.
            Or W names… Wishful, Wander, Wahoo, or Woof

          • Saphronia

            Wally for a boy
            Winnie for girl

          • Svetla

            Windom or Wilder ❤️

          • Terri Fitterer

            Wilbur

          • Sheila

            Wilfred

          • Earlene

            Wilford

        • Ginger

          Wallace or Wilbur

          Reply
          • Alison

            Wilfred

        • Tamara Gassen

          Wildfire

          Reply
        • Natalie Booysen

          Wylie Wolf

          Reply
        • Barb

          Howler, Howie for short.

          Reply
          • Earlene

            Wilford

        • Saphronia Hines

          Winnie and Wilber

          Reply
      • Bev

        I know you want a W, but this guy needs to be Mozart. So maybe Wozart or Wozzie.

        Reply
        • Pauline

          Wozart! 😁

          Reply
          • Beverley

            How about “Wallis” or Wilma if it’s a girl💕

      • Janice Nagle

        Wily wolf sounds good. Wolves are as wily as coyotes are! Others ideas arei Wilhelm, wiilamina, wendy, willard, wilfred

        Reply
        • Denise

          Warragul Wolf apparently it’s and indigenous word for dog and used as a name. What a cool coincidence. (Plus I used to work on Warragul Rd).

          Reply
          • Sal

            How about Walter? Or Wilbur?
            Xx

      • Patricia Cooper

        Tiberius

        Reply
      • Kim

        WILDFIRE

        Reply
        • Karan Knowler

          I like Wylie (wolf). Definitely a word to describe a crafty wolf’s character.
          Or, how about Wendy 😁
          💞🇿🇦💞

          Reply
        • Carol

          Weston, Winston, Windham, Wayne, Weld

          Reply
      • Amy Soenksen

        Walter

        Reply
      • sandra copnall

        wisdom

        Reply
      • Tina Taylor

        Sky

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        • Tina Taylor

          Sky because he/she is as beautiful as the Northern Lights love it

          Reply
    • Cath

      Weasley the Wolf

      Reply
      • Jackie Wallace

        Wolfgang the Wolf
        or
        Winston the Wolf

        Reply
        • Alyssa

          Winter

          Ps, I’m SOOO excited! 😍

          Reply
      • Kathleen Mahan

        Wally Wolf
        Willy Wolf
        William Wolf
        Wendy Wolf
        Wanda Wolf

        Reply
        • Milika Stephens

          He looks like a WALTER.
          or WILBUR.

          Reply
    • Debbie Hawkins

      Willow

      Reply
      • Kina Chapp

        Willie

        Reply
      • Karen Simpson

        I love your new wolf pattern. I have a grandson who is wild about them. I think Wally would be a nice.

        Reply
    • Angela Sandall

      Willard (Old English): brave.

      Reply
      • Angela C Martin

        Willy the Wolf

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        • Sheri Irwin

          I am partial to WOLVERINE WOLF

          Reply
          • Nancy Jensen

            Williwaw. A fierce wind.

      • Arianna Larson

        Willow wolfie or Winter wolfie

        Reply
      • Linda

        I actually like Wolfie a lot but

        Winslow the wolf is cute too

        Reply
        • Kathleen condron

          How about Luna or Aurora, or Earl Grey wolf 😀
          Just a cheeky side note, how about a white west highland terrier friend for wolfie ! ( my favourite dog)

          Reply
      • Abbey Chivers

        Wilbur wolf or Winston wolf

        Reply
    • Jennifer Anderson

      Waldo the Wolf

      Reply
      • Jeannie Cheah

        Wylie Wolf

        Reply
        • Natalie Booysen

          Wylie Wolf

          Reply
      • Jennifer redd

        Whisper the Wolf

        Reply
        • Trudi Jo Thorpe

          Wurzel

          Reply
    • Renee Collins

      Westly

      Reply
      • Vicki Clarke

        Winston

        Reply
        • Beverly Jenner

          willow

          Reply
    • Jackie Peterson

      Wyatt for a boy and Wendy for a girl. Wendy is my sister’s name.

      Reply
      • Shirls Smith

        Walter

        Reply
    • Maria

      Wiley
      Wilfred
      Wolfgang
      Wilfredo

      Reply
    • Debra Carroll

      Wookie

      Reply
    • gail mickelwait

      I am partial to Wolfie, but Wolfgang is a good one also.

      Reply
    • Kay J

      Winter

      Reply
    • Jennifer Churcher

      Wonder Wolf

      Reply
    • Cheryl Demunbrun

      I like Washta, it would work really well.

      Reply
    • Tammy

      Wako

      Reply
    • Beverly Jenner

      Willow would be a great name

      Reply
    • Abby Garrison

      Waterloo, Watson, wiggles, wickie, Winona, Wanda

      Reply
    • Sandy Elmore

      My choice would be Watson wolf!

      Reply
    • Daphne Foden

      Having seen a wolf run I think Whizzy😊

      Reply
    • Judy Albrecht

      Wiley Wolf

      Reply
      • Judy Albrecht

        Wesley

        was my son’s name

        Reply
    • Stacey Evans

      Wayne, Winnie, Walter, Wiley, Wendy

      Reply
    • Janet Radke

      Wally

      Reply
      • Rebekah Amos

        Winnie, Whisper, Waldo, Waylon

        Reply
    • Tammy Butler

      Wonder the Wolf,

      Reply
    • Laura Prato

      Wodin or Wulfgar

      Reply
    • ally

      Wild ,Wildness, Wind, Windy

      Reply
    • Jo Chisheshe

      Wynter Wylder

      Reply
      • Ruth Gammack

        Waylon the Wolf

        Reply
    • DONNA BAILEY

      Willie could be a good name.

      Reply
    • Sandra Vinck

      WOLFLETT

      Reply
    • Diane

      Walter

      Reply
    • Sheri

      Winston.

      Reply
    • Jennifer

      Wondering Wolfie

      Reply
    • JULIE H

      I think…
      Howling Wolf …
      or maybe Wild Mountain Wolf … Wolf of the Wild Mountain …

      Reply
    • Maggie

      Wilma

      Reply
    • Cathy N.

      Wendy
      Winter

      Reply
    • Linda

      Wendal, Wanita, Wichita, Wafa, Wiley,Winema,
      Wilbeforce.

      Reply
    • Patricia Siemens

      Wylie wolf

      Reply
    • Emma Finnegan

      Rory

      Reply
  2. Kylie

    Wylie Wolf

    Reply
    • Lee

      Wesley and Winslow

      Reply
      • Kate

        Willard (brave) wolf

        Reply
      • Lisa

        Winter or Wyatt

        Reply
    • Sandra Garnham

      Willow

      Reply
    • Diane Thomas

      Yes, Wylie!!

      Reply
  3. Kimmi

    Wolfric would be my choice. He looks sweet through the blur 😊

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Kimmi!

      Reply
      • Diane Turner

        Walter

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        • Donie

          Whalen
          Whalen is an English name, derived from ‘Whelan’, the Anglicised version of the Celtic name ‘O’Faolan’, which means ‘descendant of Faolan’. The name Faolan itself means ‘little wolf’ in Gaelic.

          Reply
          • Alice Berntson

            I like plain Wolfie.

        • Laurie

          Wilbur

          Reply
      • Lisa Orth

        Whisper

        Reply
        • Deborah Bieman

          Love this!

          Reply
    • Jean

      I think Wallber is a cute name for a super cute wolf

      Reply
      • Erin Milburn

        I like Winston for a boy & Wynonna or Winnie for a girl.

        Reply
    • Sami Siefker

      Weeko

      Reply
      • MARY SHAW

        Winston

        Reply
    • Shellie Wilkinson

      Wylder wolf
      Weylyn Wolf

      Wisteria Wolf
      Wiggles Wolf

      Two names for boys
      Two names for girls

      I personally like Weylyn and Wisteria Wolf
      Both because wolves travel in packs 🤩

      Reply
      • Pauline

        Wisteria is so cute!!! 🌿

        Reply
  4. Debbie Robertson

    WILFRED!!!!! (or Wolfred – however you wish to spell it xxxx)

    Reply
    • Carys

      Wilfred Wolf

      Reply
  5. Amands Eames

    I think the ame Winston for wolfie would be great.

    Reply
    • Lindy

      Walden Wolf. Your blurry picture looks fun.

      Reply
      • Jessica

        Wilhelm!

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    • Mary Bond

      Winston popped into my head – but then I heard “Winston tastes good like a ………. should. I didn’t want to go there.

      Reply
  6. Trinity Perona

    Wilfred wolf!

    Reply
    • Helen Robertson

      I love Willow but I’m biased since it’s my daughters name

      Reply
  7. Andrea Davies

    Wilhelm Wolf

    Reply
    • Sherry L Bristol

      Winter or Wild Timber or Woodstock

      Reply
    • Tasha Gammelseter

      My daughter suggests Willow.

      Reply
  8. Michelle Irving

    Wodin..the norse god for wolves

    Reply
  9. Elaine Bodven-Refsland

    Wyatt

    Reply
    • Lynn

      What about Winter?

      Reply
  10. Amands Eames

    Wilder would be good for boy wolf
    And winter for girl wolfie

    Reply
  11. Wendy Trafford

    Can’t wait to see the new pattern for Wolfie!!
    Maybe he could be called Wilbur!
    All the best x

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Wendy!

      Reply
      • Lisa T

        I like Wellington Wolf

        Reply
    • Jackie Rice

      I think wish or whisper

      Reply
      • Lola Crawshaw

        Hi maybe:
        Wooton Wolf.
        Supper excited as I love wolf’s.

        Reply
        • Pauline

          Awesome!😆

          Reply
  12. Raelene Henley

    Wyllie Wolf

    Reply
  13. Sarah

    You should call him Wolfgang (like mozart, because he howls musically) 😉

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Hadn’t thought of that! 😁

      Reply
    • Loretta Cloud

      That was my vote, too!

      Reply
  14. Linda Hahn

    Sammy the wolf

    Reply
    • Linda Hahn

      Walker the wolf or wolfie the wolf

      Reply
    • Patricia Teaster

      Wilder the Wolf

      Reply
  15. Julie Groot

    Wendy Wolf is my pick.

    Reply
  16. Wendy Mathias

    I would name the wolf, WHISPER,

    Reply
  17. Kim Illarietti

    Winter Wolf

    Reply
    • Angelina Kieley

      Walker or Winter

      Reply
      • Kathryn

        I think Wilf the wolf would be pretty cool 😂

        Reply
    • Hermien Hormann

      I like Wesley. The pattern looks super cute

      Reply
      • Pauline

        Thanks Hermien!😁

        Reply
    • Gwen

      Well I’m particularly fond of William ….. very sophisticated like our Wolf ….. but I’m sure no matter what his/her name is – it’ll be Wonderful!!!

      Reply
      • Pauline

        Thanks for your confidence in me, Gwen!

        Reply
  18. Kath

    Winter

    Reply
    • Toby

      Wulfric (means “wolf power”) or Wolfgang

      Reply
  19. Angela Stewartson

    Wakita

    Reply
  20. Julie Meyer

    Wolfred
    Wilfred

    Reply
  21. Lori Roberts

    How about the name Weston? I really can’t wait for this pattern. I am sure like all your patterns, he is going to be adorable.

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Lori! 🥰

      Reply
  22. Michelle O'Laughlin

    Walter, Wellington, Willis (or Willie).

    Reply
    • Sam

      Whisper

      Reply
    • Ruth Gammack

      Wynnter
      Wendel
      Wylder

      Reply
  23. Michelle O'Laughlin

    Wilbur would be cute too.

    Reply
    • Anne oconnor

      Winter

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      • MARY SHAW

        Wendell

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        • Mary Johnson

          I Do like the name Winter

          Reply
  24. Francine Bateman

    Wilder the wolf

    Reply
  25. Sasha Stead

    Hi Pauline, well, from what I can see he/she looks fantastic and I cannot wait to see more!
    I’m thinking WELLIE! 😜

    Reply
    • MARY SHAW

      Wyatt,

      Reply
  26. Elizabeth Covak

    Walter Wolf

    Reply
    • Winter

      So excited for this pattern 😱

      Reply
      • Pauline

        Yay!!! I’m making it extra cute for you! 😁

        Reply
  27. Pauline Edwards

    why not “Wolfie” …
    I was thinking “Willie”
    or maybe “Wilber”

    Reply
  28. Bonnie

    Whispering Wolf,
    Wailing Wolf

    Reply
  29. Emma Boulton

    I think you should definitely call him wolfie . Looking forward to seeing him complete .

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Love it!!!! 😊

      Reply
  30. Natalie Egan

    Willow

    Reply
  31. Cynthia Cooper Roberson

    I would love the name Winifred Wolf.

    Reply
    • Martina

      William Wolf

      Reply
  32. wendy crookes

    waldo

    Reply
    • Emma Smith

      My daughter (a massive wolf fan) thinks Wally or Wuckle

      Reply
  33. Linda

    I suggest the name for the wolf should be Waffle, the Wolf. I think that would be super cute 🙂

    Reply
  34. Heather Lloyd

    William wolf

    Reply
  35. Emma Emmans

    Wilbur Wolf

    Reply
    • Glenda

      I think Wolfie works nicely.

      Reply
  36. Tracy Trotman

    Wilma Wolf! I’m so excited for this pattern, I LOVE wolves

    Reply
  37. DENISE PRICE

    WOLFGANG

    Reply
    • Robin Etherton

      I think Wolfie is a great name! It fits perfectly for him or her.

      Reply
  38. Marian McCann

    I would name her Wynter the Wolf.

    Reply
  39. Stu

    Wolfgang

    Reply
    • Ashley Ladner

      What about Wolfgang the Wolf?? It needs a strong name to represent a wolf 🙂

      Reply
  40. Gillianne Adams

    MOONSHADOW

    Reply
    • Pauline

      That’s a lovely name but I need a name that starts with W. 😊

      Reply
      • Rindy

        I like Wolfie, or Wilson for my favorite science teacher growing up.

        Reply
    • Meghan Dowding

      Hi there everyone! I’m kinda liking the name Walden for him.

      Reply
    • Gail Anderson

      I would name him Wilson. That was my mums maiden name and its in her memory i started my memory bear business using FFF patterns.

      Reply
      • Pauline

        That’s very sad Gail but a lovely tribute to your Mum. 💗

        Reply
        • E Ferguson

          Westley, wren, Wheaton, wylder, westyn, Winston, Wallace, Whitaker, wisdom, wisteria, wrigley, Winslow, Wyeth, Windsor, wulan

          Reply
  41. Sally williams

    Winter
    Wolverine
    Wolfgang
    Wakita
    Wookie

    Reply
    • Ruth Mansford

      Wesley wolf is my choice

      Reply
  42. Rebecca

    Oh, wow! That sneak peek is very interesting- I would like to suggest Willow. Happy patterning!

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Rebecca! 🥰

      Reply
      • Donja Small

        Wanderer Wolf

        Reply
        • Jane Jones

          Watson

          Reply
  43. Alison Keys

    I think the wolf could be named WILLOW

    Reply
  44. Robin K

    WATCHFUL Wolf or

    The first that came to my mind was WALLY Wolf as a friendly name.

    Reply
  45. Maggie

    I like the name “Wilder” because wolves live in the wild

    Reply
  46. Rae

    Wylie Wolfie

    Reply
  47. Guida Anjos

    Wesley is a good name for a Wolf 🙂

    Reply
  48. Sandra Van Emmenis

    Woodley

    Reply
  49. Adele Shillam

    Hi Pauline I think the wolf should be named Wilfed or Wilma

    Reply
  50. Name *Lupu camelia

    Comment
    Waffel

    Reply
  51. Jeanette Hughes

    We had a timber wolf cross husky, had him for 19 yrs he was the best companion, his name was Storm,
    I would like to put his name forward. X

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Wow, I didnt know they’d be safe as a pet. That’s a beautuful name,unfortunately I need to have a name that starts with ‘W’so the patterns are alphabetical. 😏

      Reply
  52. Pauline Forsdick

    Wolfgang

    Reply
  53. Janet Gregory

    I would name the Wolf

    WANDER (boy) or WILLOW (girl)

    Reply
  54. Antje M.

    Oh, I‘m super excited 😆
    My name suggestions are either Wilburn (bright will) or Winter.

    Reply
  55. Carlene Ann Reiss

    Wilhelm or Wilhelmina, protector

    Reply
    • Michelle

      Wallace, after the clan Wallace, because wolves used to occupy the Scottish Highlands (I visited a wolf wildlife reserve there many years ago). Amazing!

      Reply
      • Pauline

        Ooh, I didn’t know that! 😁

        Reply
  56. Helen

    Ghost

    Reply
  57. carol Miles

    Willow

    Reply
    • Glenys shankland

      I think winter would be appropriate

      Reply
  58. Pauline Lewis

    Winston

    Reply
  59. Theresa Dowds

    Whisper

    Reply
  60. Karen Thorn

    Wilbur, willow, winter,

    Reply
  61. Susan Wylie

    How about Wylie Wolf?

    Reply
  62. Chantal Gouwerok

    Oooh, l’m gonna love this pattern! I think
    Wodan the Wolf
    would be a suitable name.

    Reply
  63. Lynn Maynard

    Winter is a boys name
    Wynter is a girls name
    Both names are pronounced as winter.
    Either can be used for a girl or a boy Wolf.

    Reply
  64. CAROLE MARTIN

    Walter

    Reply
  65. Eva

    “Willa”, or it’s masculine version “William” means valiant protector. I feel it perfectly describes this cutie who sits quietly guarding you; ready to protect against lack of squishy hugs at any moment. Loyal. Brave. Courageous.

    Reply
  66. Jeneve Allen

    It wasn’t easy but here’s Worthy

    Reply
  67. Susan Davies

    Wallace

    Reply
  68. Ali Shaw

    Akela (name given to the head wolf in the Jungle book and also what the head person is called in Cub Scouts). Could see this pattern being created with their jumpers for when they move up to scouts, as a lasting memory.

    Reply
    • Joanna Ford

      As a cub leader I was thinking the same

      Reply
  69. Alison Shaw

    Wakela – Similar to Akela but spelt with a W, to fit in with your W for Wolf.

    Reply
    • Vicki-Jane

      Woody or Winnie

      Reply
  70. Brenda

    Wolverine

    Reply
  71. Jai Benson

    Wilfred!

    Reply
    • Joanna shuttleworth

      Waffle

      Reply
  72. Alison Shaw

    Wayu

    Reply
  73. Lisa M

    He is so cute! Here are my name suggestions. I was originally thinking Weston, but I saw it had already been suggested.. so here are m next favorites!

    Wisdom Wolf
    Woodson Wolf (he is a son of the woods, right?)

    Happy pattern designing!

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Lisa, Cool names!😁

      Reply
  74. Maxine dinsdale

    My choice would be WINSTON X

    Reply
  75. Jill Jones

    Whilemena or wendall

    Reply
  76. Maggie Ptakowski

    Warrick

    Meaning of the name Warrick
    A variation of the Old German name Varick, meaning ‘leader who defends’ and ‘buildings near the weir’.

    Reply
    • Harley

      Wilfred or Willard (meaning brave)

      Reply
  77. Sandra Dailor

    Willhem Wolf

    Female version: Wilhelmine Wolf

    Meaning “Vehement protector” or “Resolute protector

    Reply
  78. Kellie

    I think Warner which means Protector/Warrior

    Reply
  79. Julie

    Wilder Wolf!

    Reply
  80. Sandy Thurlow

    Wizard

    Reply
  81. Kitty

    I was going to suggest Willow but that seems to be suggested by many so I’ll pick Aurora

    Reply
  82. Monika Dorelat

    I like the first name in the photo of names book = Waban -Nth. American Indian for East wind. ?

    Reply
  83. Cheryl Hagmeier

    Winona
    Walter
    Wilson

    Reply
  84. Pamela Thompson

    It’s just got to be

    Wolfgang

    It’s the perfect name for a wolf

    Reply
  85. Cherie Frendo

    Wylie or Wyatt The Wolf

    Reply
  86. Shirley Bray

    I like Wiley Wolf. That’s the way I remember a wolf from my childhood. Wiley. 😂

    Reply
  87. Petra

    How about Wilfy Wolf?

    Reply
  88. Anneli Andersson

    I like Wifi!

    Reply
  89. Nancy McDermed

    Wiley.

    Reply
    • Bobbie Denson

      Wonder Wolf

      Reply
  90. Petra

    Willy

    Reply
  91. Cherry

    Wahaya it’s a Cherokee word for wolf.

    Reply
  92. Trish McB

    Miss 10 is very excited for the wolf and has lots of suggestions: William, Willa, Wilbur, Wendy, Wilma, Willow, Wolfie (she thinks like you!).
    Though she said if it didn’t have to be a W, she would call it Moonlight or Luna! She loves howling at the moon like a wolf, haha.

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Awesome names!

      Reply
  93. Natashya

    Willoughby Wolf.

    Reply
  94. Tracy Pitt

    I think it should be Williama (Will-I-Am-A) Wolf. Sounds like a lovely female name, it’s just elongated Wilma from the Flinstones.

    Reply
  95. Suzanne R

    Wakan, meaning “powerful” or “sacred” in the Lakota language ·

    Reply
  96. gemma addison

    Wilfred!

    Reply
  97. Monika

    Hello,
    The wolf is so cute.
    I would like to call him Wotan, Wallce ore Wyatt. I think the name of a wolf should be friendly, but also authoritative. Have a nice day. Monika

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Monika!

      Reply
  98. Debra Arbuthnott

    Wilk (Polish for wolf)
    Wanderer

    Reply
  99. Lori

    Woof

    Reply
  100. Aline

    Wasabi
    just because I would like to hear that from my grand daughter 😋

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Cute!!!

      Reply
  101. Lisa

    I like Wulfgar the Wolf!

    Reply
  102. Shirley Lohman

    I love the suggestions for Willow. It’s such a pretty name. My choice would be Winifred.

    Reply
  103. stacey morris

    Wilma wolf can’t wait to see the pattern

    Reply
  104. Winter

    So excited for this pattern to come out 😱 I love the name

    Reply
  105. PJ

    Winthrop (the little boy from the Music Man).

    Reply
  106. Angie Elwood

    Waylon

    Reply
  107. K Golden

    Wolfgang

    Reply
    • Tate

      The wolf looks so cute! I’m so excited for the pattern to be released! 🙂
      I think some good names boy names would be Winston, Willy, or Walter and some cute girl names would be Whitney, Winnie, or Wendy.

      Reply
      • Pauline

        Yay, cool names!!!!

        Reply
  108. Isobel

    Winter
    Wynter
    Willow
    Wren
    Wednesday
    Wynnie

    Reply
  109. Lynn

    Winston

    Reply
  110. Emily @ TheDarlingDogwood

    Willa is my favorite W name. Wolfie seems fun, though, and Wolfgang (as mentioned above) has wolf right in the name! Looks great! I’m really excited for this one, my son’s school’s mascot is a wolf!

    Reply
  111. Peggy Emmerich

    Wiki, or Wookiie

    Reply
  112. Nancy

    I think his name should be “Woodrow”, he looks a bit stately. Love him.

    Reply
  113. Jane Jehne

    I cant wait to make a wolfie, yours looks like he’s in the snow 🙂

    Wild Whiskers
    Winters Woof
    Wanda Wolf
    Willow & Willoughby Wolf

    …just couldnt decide!!

    Reply
  114. Jane Mackenzie

    William Wolfie

    Reply
  115. Deborah Devine

    Woden, for the Norse god who is always accompanied by his spirit animals, two wolves.

    Reply
  116. Lisa

    As a Wolverhampton Wanderers football fan in the U.K. I would suggest Wolfie, but I also like Wallace!

    Reply
  117. Jane Jehne

    Wolfalot

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  118. Joni

    Wilde Wolf (however, I do like Wolfgang as well).

    Reply
  119. Saphronia Hines

    Wolfgang

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  120. Saphronia Hines

    Woody

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  121. Carla

    Wisdom

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  122. Dawn Fleischman

    Wylder/Wilder

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  123. Amity

    William is the first name that popped into my mind. Maybe shorten it to Willie or Wylie.
    Love your creativity Pauline!

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Amity!!!!😍

      Reply
  124. Ellen Carter

    Wilbur or Willfred

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  125. Donna Tiner

    Wonji – South African for “genius”
    Wayra – Native American for “wind”
    Waya – Native American for “wolf”

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  126. Jane Rodgers

    Wolfgang von Wolfie

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  127. Courtney S

    I love the name Weston or Wes for short.
    Or Winnie….or Wynter…too many choices!!

    Reply
  128. Teri Wolff

    Walter

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  129. Chris Boehner

    Wander the Wolf

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  130. Katie Clonts

    Willodean

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  131. Amy Humphrey

    Wally
    It adds a touch of sweetness to the wolf

    Reply
  132. Ellie

    I think Wolfie

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  133. Moni R

    I like Woofgang for a boy or Willow for a girl.

    Reply
  134. Patty

    Waggle the wolf
    Whip the wolf
    Ware the wolf (beware! Ware the wolf will steal your heart!)

    Reply
  135. Julie Richardson

    Waya. A nod to their home. It is Cherokee for wolf.

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  136. Merryn

    Walter
    Watson
    Winston
    Wayne
    Wilbur
    Wilma
    oooo hey, it would be remiss of me not to go for Wilmot!

    Reply
  137. Devilyn Callian

    William Shakespeare One of the great thinkers of history.

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Very clever!😁

      Reply
  138. Tamar Katzwer

    Wainwright

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  139. Jo Iaquinto

    How about Wylie Wolf?

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  140. Audrey

    Waya, Cherokee for Wolf

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  141. Rosa Lievano

    Wulfric the Wolf would be beautiful!!

    Here is the meaning:
    Wulfric or Wolfric is an Anglo-Saxon masculine given name, composed of the elements wulf “wolf” and ric “rich, powerful”.

    Reply
  142. Sharon Vennard

    I cannot wait for the wolf pattern to be ready!!! My name suggestions are Wyatt, Winslow and Webster. 💕

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks for being patient, Sharon!!!😍

      Reply
  143. Peggy Grow

    Wilhelmina – German/Dutch for protector or “willing to protect.”
    I just love this name for a toy wolf for a kiddo!

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  144. Connie Leahe Combs

    Wally

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  145. Adrienne Dold

    Wonder

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  146. Janice Dalton

    Wendell Wolf

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  147. Deborah Crosby

    Girl
    Wasama = beauty
    Boy
    Wolfman for Wolfman Jack
    Wadee = calm

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  148. Julie

    I can’t wait for this pattern! I think Wilson would be great.

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Yay! Thanks Julie!!!😊

      Reply
  149. Jan

    Wendle Wolf

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  150. Theresa

    I think Balto would be a perfect name for the new wolf pattern. Because the wall is a descendent of man’s best friend Balto would be perfect. — True story Balto was faithful to the end when his owner passed away he would go every day to greet his owner in the same spot where his owner would arrive home from work. Balto did this everyday until he passed.

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  151. Julie

    Wally wolf sounds good too.

    Reply
  152. Dawn Rimby

    Winston, Winifred, or Wolfgang

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  153. Emmie

    Watkins

    My grandfather loved wolves and my grandmother loved to sew so it would be special to have this pattern named for them! Their last name was Watkins.

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  154. Elizabeth T

    Watson
    Wolfgang
    Wapi (means Lucky)

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  155. Regina

    Whimsical Wolf. Sorry if this posted again; the 1st time I tried it looked like my comment was rejected.

    Reply
  156. Joyce E Henry

    Wolfgang Pup

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    • Linda M

      Wolfgang, winter, Warlock, Wolsey. Willow. Winnie, Wookie, Womble

      Reply
  157. Marian Ulferts

    Willie Wolf!

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  158. joann soloway

    what about Wayland; i also like the suggestion of Willow.

    Reply
    • Donna Cutting

      He is going to be a gorgeous wolf. How about Wade or Ward. Short and easy for kids to say.

      Reply
  159. Linda H.

    I think it should be “Waban”, a Native American name meaning “the wind” or “spirit.”

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  160. Kristi Coburn

    Willie (male or female)
    Wiley
    Winston and Willow
    Willa

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  161. Valerie McSwain

    whisper
    walker
    waya (cherokee name for wolf)
    willie
    wylie
    wes or wesley
    wander
    woodsy

    Can’t wait!

    Reply
  162. Lynnette Holland

    I am loving the pattern so far, from what I can see in your pictures. We had a half-wolf / husky dog that your picture looks just like him. I can’t wait to get this pattern. I would keep his/her name “Wolfie” because it tells that the FFF toy is a wolf and not a dog.

    Reply
  163. Lynnette Lee

    Waverley
    Willoughby
    Whitney
    Wilmott

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  164. Arlene Stathis

    WILD is a great name

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  165. Deborah Adams

    I think a good would be Wange,

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  166. Karla A Strauss

    I think he would be a fitting Witt or Wallas! He’s going to be a cutie that’s for sure!

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Carla!!!

      Reply
  167. Sharren

    Woody or Willa

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  168. Joy Davies

    Winter Wolf.
    I’m loving the sneak peek!

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Joy!!!

      Reply
  169. Bobbie Schuppert

    I too like Wander.

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  170. Francine

    Wolf is was my very first thought😂

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  171. Francine

    Wolfie but the app changed the name 😂. Apparently they insist on proper spelling 🤪

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Apps! Grrr, they rule out ‘creativity’ in spelling!!!!! LOL

      Reply
  172. Emma

    Wilson! Although, Wolfie is an extremely cute name! He’s going to be super adorable!

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thaks Emma!!!!

      Reply
  173. Mary Bond

    I like Warro or a variation is Warroc. It means loyal

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  174. Mary Bond

    Please pick a strong and honorable name – nothing cutsie and not after a cigarette. Wolves are the wonderful predecessors of our beloved dogs. A respectful name for these magnificent creatures.
    I read a good number above, though I won’t list them because I might miss a good one.
    Thank-you for the sincere thought you have put into this!

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    • Pauline

      I will do my best Mary! I agree wolves are magnificent!!!!!😊

      Reply
  175. Deb

    Wylde. Or Wylder. It is a trendy name for little boys here in Colorado where wolves have recently been re-introduced into the wild and we have now the first wild wolf pups

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  176. Wendy

    From what I can see….he looks great! Depending on his persoality, I like Wally for a cuddly wolf, Woody is good for nature loving critter, Wolfgang would be appropriate, and how about Windy if it is a female. {or even Wendy, LOL}.

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Wendy, cool names too!😁

      Reply
  177. Sandi Atkins

    I think that Walter or Wolfgang would be appropriate for a boy and if you’re making a girl version then Winnifred would be cute

    Love these patterns!

    Sandi Atkins

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    • Pauline

      Thanks Sandi!😍

      Reply
  178. Barbara

    Of course you can call him Wolfie! My new grandson is Wolfgang and we call him Wolfie. So….my vote is Wolfgang! Can’t wait to make this Wolfie for my Wolfie! Thanks for choosing the wolf for your new pattern!

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Aw cute!!!😁

      Reply
  179. Robin Mundell

    White Fang, the name of a wolf cub who was born in the wild but had to adjust to civilization. Jack London wrote this great story.

    Reply
    • Diane Berry

      Winsome

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      • Pauline

        Yay!!! Sending you a link with the Wolf Pattern Prize now that it’s finished! 😀
        xxx

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  180. Linda Parnell

    Wilberforce the Wolf

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  181. Wanda I Baez Acevedo

    Willow for a girl/Whiskers for boy

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  182. Patti Taylor

    Wyoming

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    • Patti Taylor

      I wanted to put the name in the top for:
      Wyoming ( it’s open, wild, and wolf’s run free.)

      Reply
      • Pauline

        Cool name!😁

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  183. Jane Loan

    How about Dakota or Tundra

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  184. Pat Nash

    Wyatt

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  185. Alison Golding

    I say Wilfred

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  186. Kim Winston

    Wilford Wolf (from Animaniacs)

    Luna

    Willow

    Winston which I HAVE to add since thats my surname! Haha

    Reply
    • Pauline

      All cool names! 😁

      Reply
  187. Larry

    Wolfie! Keep it!!

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    • Pauline

      Yay!!!😁

      Reply
  188. MaryT

    Winter — because it is a gender neutral name, and also, this wolf is looking a little ‘snowy!’

    Reply
  189. Jenn Haxton

    I am hoping for a feminine name. My suggestions are Waverly, Whitney, Wren, Wisdom, or Willa. From the blurry pics, you definitely have the face down! Can’t wait!!!!

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Aw thanks Jen, I’m loving the face, now if I could just get those legs to behave! LOL 🤣

      Reply
  190. Barbara Williams

    Spirit

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  191. Pat Ares

    “Whirr”. Wolf

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  192. Kayla Fuller

    I love the idea of Wahaya. I also like Wiki, Wakela and Wakita. Wolves seem like they should have exotic or Native, earthy names to me.

    Reply
  193. Maria Felder

    I Love Winston Wolf! 😍

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  194. Connie

    Weldon the wolf

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  195. Debbie Weideman

    Wolfgang Wolf

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  196. Debra Singer

    Walker or Willoughby

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  197. Paula Blevins

    Although I will probably always call that cutie, Wolfie, how about Waylen?

    What do you do with all of the prototypes?

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  198. Nancy Hubbard

    Reading all the suggested names…some are really cute! I will enter my suggestion of….. WONDER! As in “I ‘wonder’ who I will make this for” or “I ‘wonder’ how much he/she will be loved” or “I ‘wonder’ if I could even gift him/her away” and “I ‘wonder’ when the pattern will be ready” She is a “Wonder”ful addition to the pack!!!!

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Hey Nancy, you made me laugh!!!! I was thinking you were going to say Wonder Wolf like Wonder Woman… I wonder when the pattern will be ready too! LOL 😁

      Reply
    • Lori Roberts

      Nancy,

      That was awesome !!! Made me laugh. Thank you.

      Reply
  199. Karen Gates

    I think you should choose the name WOOFIE.
    It is a friendly name and easy for kids to say. It works for a girl wolf or boy, or for a husky dog which look so similar to wolves. Looking forward to the pattern.

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Cute name Karen, thanks for being patient!!😁

      Reply
  200. kathy grubar

    Wulfie (like Wolfie but different spelling)
    Wali (protector in Indian)
    Wade
    Wayne
    Wells
    Wyatt

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  201. Rolie Blain

    Willard for a boy (means resolute or brave) or
    Woden (Germanic & Norse wolf God)

    Whitney for a girl (because its a pretty name, LOL)

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  202. Jocelyn Stewart-Steffler

    Winter the Wolf

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    • Jocelyn Stewart-Steffler

      Warg

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  203. Linda S Sees

    How about Wiley or Wyley? The pattern looks so cute so far and seeing I love all your patterns I will be getting it as soon as possible.

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Aw thanks for your support Linda! I hope to do you proud and make a very cute wolf!!!!

      Reply
  204. Joy Spencer

    Waffle the Wolf so that wolfie can be a little he or she.
    Even though blurry just look at those eyes and cute nose.

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Joy, cute name too!

      Reply
    • Lorilyn

      Waffle (or Waffles, plural) is the cutest name I have read on this very long list!
      Good choice!

      Reply
  205. Cassie

    I think “Wesley the wolf” is nice

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  206. Kyley Chen

    Winter, Whitten, Warrick or Wilder

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  207. Deb Flinn

    I think his name should be Waldorf!

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  208. Keira

    I would recommend Whitaker the wolf, as in Michael W. (Whitaker) Smith. I love your blurry pictures! They look so cute. I can’t wait to see which name you pick!

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Keira! Thats to hide the ugly ones, LOL!!!! 😊😂

      Reply
      • Keira

        Hehe!😆

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  209. Trina

    So many great names…. How about Woodsie?

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  210. Georgetta Graham

    WAGS the Wolf

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  211. Jam

    Warren.

    Wiley.

    Wilma.

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  212. Meredith Strauss

    Wallace

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  213. Lisette Cotsenmoyer

    Waya, the Cherokee word for wolf.

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  214. Nancy Lacey

    Name for wolf: Waylon

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  215. Penelope Pring

    Warren

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  216. Emily

    Winston or Winter.

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  217. Lisa Hall

    What about Wya & William Wolf

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  218. Maria José Needham

    That little wolf looks adorable and realistic in the sneak peek.

    I suggest Wilbur or Winona.

    And maybe… “Wolverine”

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks for the compliments Maria, cute names too! 😁

      Reply
  219. Stephanie

    I can’t think of anything not already mentioned! I think my faves are Wilfred and Wendy though 😉

    Reply
  220. Judy Guillot

    Wild Thing

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    • Pauline

      You make my heart sing… you make everything groovy!😁😁😁

      Reply
  221. Judy Harding

    Wally Wolf would be a great name for this little guy. He’s gonna be so cute. Thanks Pauline for working so hard to bring us another great pattern.

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Judy, I really want it to be ‘cute enough’ beforevits released! 😁

      Reply
  222. Judy Harding

    Woodrow or Wilmer are cute names for the little wolf.

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  223. janet

    Wolfram

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  224. Pippa

    Woodrow

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  225. Sandi Mattison

    Welek – it’s short and easy to remember but just different enough to be unique as each one made will be.

    Reply
  226. Marilyn Veatch

    Woden, Wolvin, Woofie

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  227. sandra K pipitone

    Watson the wonderful Wolf

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    • Susan Carter, USA

      The Winter Wolf. I am so excited you have chosen this animal as you next pattern.

      Reply
  228. Tasheena Montoya

    Wade
    Walden
    Werela
    Willow
    Waya
    Weston
    Wendel (Wanderer)
    Whisper

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  229. Val Herbert

    Wylee

    Wylder

    Wyatt

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  230. Kara

    Watson! Since he’s a thinker, naming him after Sherlock’s best bud just makes sense.

    Reply
  231. Lesa Schrader

    How about:
    Wanda or Wyatt?

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  232. Robin Paolucci

    Wild E. Wolfee

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  233. Joanna Ford

    As a cub leader I can’t wait for this pattern my names choices are
    Washington Wolf
    Wrangler Wolf
    White Fang Wolf ( this is a Cub Scout six name)
    Can’t wait to see him come alive

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Ooh, your cubs would love a wolf! 😀

      Reply
  234. Debra Prychun

    So many great names! A person could make a pack of wolves with different names for each! My 30+ year old daughter has loved wolves forever. I am voting for Wolfgang. Sounds appropriate to me. Your sneak peek pictures are adorable…..I can’t wait for this one. Thanks for all your hard work Pauline….wishing you a fantastic holiday season!

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Debra! Same to you…. can’t believe this year’s gone so quick, better hurry up with Wolfie so you can make him for your daughter! xxx Pauline

      Reply
  235. Marilyn Larkin

    I think “Wonder Wolf” matches the Thinker and reflects the amazing qualities of wolves.

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  236. Deidre

    I think Wander Wolf, because wolves wander in the wilderness. I also considered Wonder, since we are all wondering how he’ll look, and I’m sure it will be wonderful. 🙂

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Deidre!!!

      Reply
    • JENI STUART

      Walter

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  237. Laurie Rapuzzi

    Willow. I’m in Eagle River, Alaska.
    Willow is a small community up near Denali Park and there are several wolf packs that roam the vast wilderness near there. We have wolves here in Eagle River occasionally also, and I’m near Anchorage!
    Willow Wolf

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    • Pauline

      Ooh, it would be so exciting to see them in the wild – lucky YOU!!!! 😀

      Reply
  238. E. Ferguson

    Wren, Wheaton, Wylder, Westyn, Winston, Wallace, Whitaker, Wisdom, Winter, Wrigley, Winslow, Wyeth, Wuhan

    Reply
  239. Beth Hillenburg

    *Wolfie* is simple and sweet! A name that children can relate to and say. I first thought Wolfgang or Wurlitzer, but as I read through this list, how many could a small child actually say? As the creator, you can follow your heart and name it whatever you choose * Wolfie* will be hard to top!!

    Reply
  240. Thunder

    Wakinyan “Thunder” a good strong name for a wolf

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  241. Lorilyn Wilkes

    In Poland our last name means wolf. Spelled Wilk in Poland.
    Plural (wolves)in Polish is Wilki.
    Therefore….”Wilki” Wolfie would be fitting.

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  242. Milagros Bracht

    I LOVE WOLFANG

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  243. Sharon Hale

    Wylie

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  244. DJ

    Wild since they run wild

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  245. Michelle

    Warrigal he looks like my dingo boy

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  246. Sharon

    Hmmm he is making an appearance at Christmas time so maybe Wish.

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  247. Jayne Bedford

    I like Wynter, look forward to seeing him!

    Reply
  248. Jane

    I suggest Wags for the name of the wolf

    Reply
  249. Diane Connell

    Woolsey or
    Waya the Cheroke name for wolf

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  250. Barb G

    I think you will get those silly legs figured out!
    I like “Wolter Wolf”

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Barb!!!! 😀

      Reply
      • Teresa Sinor

        I have a grandson named Whyitt, the wolf whisperer.
        Wonderer, wildfire the wolf, Wolfgang, Whirledwing, Wolfmirer, Winger, Winter.

        Reply
  251. Barb G

    I like “Woodrow Wolf” also!

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  252. Ariane Doyon-Lapointe

    Wagner
    Watson

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  253. Beverley Underwood

    Woolsey, means victorious wolf in old English

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  254. Kim Black

    Winter
    Waylen

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  255. Kim Black

    Wiley

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  256. Diane Koller

    Warrior, a wolf is tough and ready to protect his pack/human

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  257. Kim Black

    Woodsy

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  258. Jasmin Hutchison

    Looking great from what I can see! I’d go with Willa/Wilhelmina or Wilf/Wilfred Wolf

    Reply
    • Pauline

      Thanks Jasmin – your vision’s better than mine! LOL 🙂

      Reply
  259. Kim Black

    Wilder (I love little house on the prairie)
    Watson

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  260. Glynis Whitaker

    Wilfie the Wolfie

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  261. SarahMay

    I like Wolfric, Willa and Woodrow personally!

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  262. Nancy Lacey

    I like the spelling of “Whalen” better than the Waylon I previously submitted. Seems more fitting with the Celtic background.

    Reply
  263. Judy

    Wilber

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  264. Carol

    Wyatt, Walker, Waylon, Wanda, Wendy, Wolfric, Wendolyn Whitney

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  265. Cheryl Lieschke

    Wanderer
    Winsome
    Wizard
    Wicked

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  266. Dawn V

    Woodrow-my dad’s and grandfather’s name. AKA Woody.

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    • Tammy Gosselin

      Wesley, Whiskers, Walter, Willy, westcott, Willow, Waikiki, walla, whiskey.

      Reply
  267. Ashlee

    Wolfgang
    Walter
    Woburn

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  268. Christine Pearson

    How about Wolfgang ?

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  269. Terri Burton

    Wiero

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  270. Lisa roy

    I like Waylan. Like he is wailing
    Or Wylie

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  271. Caroline Moyer

    I would say William but you already have William the Whale…

    So I vote either
    Waldo the Wolf
    Or
    Walter the Wolf! 🐺

    Reply
  272. Beverly Jenner

    Willow

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  273. Leanne

    WILLOW

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  274. Karla J Downs

    Walter the Wolf

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  275. Patricia Mickelsen

    Walter sounds regal, Wesley is just cute, Wilhelmina means determined
    protector, Waverley – but could be a licensed name (fabric brand), Wanda or Warren (Zevon, for werewolves of london), Willoughby or Whitby.

    Reply
  276. Susana Gould

    Winston or Whitney

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  277. Laurel Johnson

    Woodrow or Woody
    Wilma or Wanda

    Wander

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  278. M E Illingworth

    After my GSD pup, who has some wolf tendencies – Bandit

    Reply
  279. Eileen Sorensen

    Wonder Wolf

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  280. Kristy Barlond

    Woohoo Wolf or Wilford or Waylon.

    Reply
  281. Hayley Sayers

    Wilfred wolf

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  282. Hayley Sayers

    Winston wolf

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  283. Robin Etherton

    Wolverine

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  284. Lucy

    Wesley

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  285. Issy B

    Looking great already 😍 How about Wilma Wolf 🐺 for a girl. Maybe Winston Wolf 🐺 for a boy?

    Reply
  286. Annette Hansen

    Since wolves are used as symbols for loyalty, family and friendship.
    I was thinking…

    First choice-
    Wafi – Arabic for trustworthy

    Second choice-
    Waren – German name meaning loyal.

    Reply
  287. Jan Chrzanowski

    I like Watson for the wolf…as in Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes.

    Reply
  288. Janet Conlon

    I think the wolf should be called Winston or Winnie for a female.

    Reply
  289. Gabriele Girndt-Sharp

    Winter would be great, whether girl or boy!

    Reply
  290. Amy

    Willa
    Winter
    Winnie
    Walker
    Wilf / Wilfred
    Whitaker

    Reply
  291. Renee Crumley

    Oh my gosh I am so excited for this pattern. I have been asking for a wolf ever since I found your patterns. Being from Alaska I get asked for a wolf frequently and none of the other patterns quite fit the bill. My vote for a name is
    Winter

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  292. Bonnie R

    Aspen

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  293. Sherry

    William or Willy

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  294. Charlene Jaeger

    Whalen (son of Foalon, the wolf cub)

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  295. Heather Goldsmith

    I think Winston would be a great name for the wolf.

    Reply
  296. Sheri Vail

    Whittle Wolf (whittle- to make, pattern)

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  297. Linda OKeefe Schmitt

    Wolfster

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  298. Jayelen

    Waya is the Cherokee word for wolf and sounds unisex.

    Reply
  299. Lynda Taylor

    Wilder, Wolfgang, Wolfrik or Worg. I feel these are strong names suitable for a wolf.

    Reply
  300. Jenny

    Wilfred

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  301. christine hackney

    Wally Wolf

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  302. Marilyn E Evans

    Wyatt

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  303. Terry

    Whisper Wolf

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  304. Christine Storrs

    I’m suggesting Whelan which means joyful in Irish!

    Reply
  305. Ilene

    Willow
    Warrior
    Wylde
    Warren
    Winnie
    Wyatt
    Wren
    Winter
    Whitney
    Willa
    Winona
    Wynn
    Wylie
    Warner
    Walter
    Wade
    Wilson
    Wolfgang
    Wolfe
    Woodrow

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  306. Melissa Bowie

    I would name him Wally the wolf.

    Reply
  307. Robyn Bowie

    I would name her Wendy the wolf.

    Reply
  308. Luanne

    I love Winter Wolf

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  309. Terry

    I like Whisper Wolf. We have a wolf corridor to the west of us. It was always special to hear them howling when we were out camping.

    Reply
  310. Teresa

    So many great suggestions! I’ll go with: Woodruff
    (The pattern looks brilliant btw!)

    Reply
  311. Deb D.

    I like Frankie

    Reply
  312. Carol

    Watsup wolfe

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  313. Beth Boyd

    Wimberly, Woodley, Wilis, Winton, Whitley, Whitney, Wintston, Woolsey, Wilk

    Reply
  314. Jane

    I like Woodrow!

    Reply
  315. Karen

    Whimsy the Wolf has a nice ring to it.

    Reply
  316. Sally Macaulay

    Whisper
    Willow
    Warwick
    Can’t wait for this pattern…♥️👍

    Reply
  317. Jane Herbert

    Warrior. Because, well, this last couple years we’ve all had to be warriors.

    Reply
  318. Carol Spoerl

    Watsup wolfe

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  319. Ann Marie

    Wolfgang! 🤣

    Reply
  320. María Fernanda

    Warlock, Willow, Wilbur

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  321. Catie

    Wolves are regal and rugged and such a symbol of nature. I would name him…

    Winter the Wolf

    Reply
  322. Carrie Mellema

    Warrior, white fang, whisper, willoughby

    Reply
  323. Susan S Turner

    Waya- Cherokee for Wolf

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    • Mary Hohulin

      That’s exactly what I was coming to suggest – Waya is a good, strong name!

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  324. Debbie Ella

    Winky Wolf!

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  325. Jennifer Brown

    Whisper the Wolf

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  326. Angela Edwards

    William the wolf

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  327. Tracey

    Winifred
    Wilfred
    Wills
    Winston
    Wiley (although not a coyote!)

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  328. Brandise

    How about Winter wolf?

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  329. Donna Kirk

    How about Wingo? Kind if like Dingo, but starting with a “W”.

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  330. Cheryl bock

    Walter would be a great name

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  331. Linda Duxbury

    Willfull Wolfie

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  332. Michelle Jones

    Winston

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  333. Jayne Thompson

    Whistler or Whistle

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  334. Andrea

    Wilford!

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  335. Sandi Willey Adams

    I like Willey LOL
    but I also Like Winston (my favorite brother-in-law)

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  336. Julie

    I haven’t looked through all the suggestions as they’re are SO many, so this may have already been put forward but I think he should be called Warrior. Strong and powerful.

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  337. Carol Jackson

    I love Wally as a name

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  338. KENDA MCCORMACK

    Wiglaf, Character in Beowulf

    A young kinsman and retainer of Beowulf who helps him in the fight against the dragon while all of the other warriors run away. Wiglaf adheres to the heroic code better than Beowulf’s other retainers, thereby proving himself a suitable successor to Beowulf.

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  339. Donna Jean Simonton

    Wendy!

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  340. Emily Simpson

    Might not be the most original, but my children think “Wolfie” is the right name.

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  341. Laura

    I vote for Wilford Wolf! After my dad – a WWII hero. ❤️

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    • Pauline

      ❤️

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  342. Angelica Elizabeth Perez Salgado

    Maybe
    Wakie, wako, winter

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  343. Stephanie

    Walter – the same as my grandad ❤️

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  344. Katrina Riley

    Wren

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  345. Nancy Vermette

    Woof Wolf, heehee, I like the alliteration!

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  346. Lola Crawshaw

    Wylla Woolf
    Willk Woolf
    Wafa Woolf
    Willo Woolf
    Wolu Woolf

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  347. Allison Morris

    Wisdom Wolf since it started out as a thinker and took a lot of ingenuity to get it just right.

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  348. Carmen Smith

    Wily Wolf

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  349. debra zaioczkowski

    wiggle butt wolf

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  350. Luz Castillo

    Weldon for a boy and Willameena ( Willamina) for a girl

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