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Collection: algal blooms
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Aha! Well clarified Sue Ellen! </p>
... and, I <em>have</em> been wondering what to do with the floor...!
Posted almost 3 years ago.
If you were feeling crafty, you could make a stencil of this design & paint the floor, or paint a heavy canvas floor cloth!
<p>(It turns out you are broadening my education: the Women's History Museum website says that the purple, green, and white were the emblem of the suffragettes in the British Empire, while the Americans chose yellow/gold for their ribbons and sashes, sometimes adding the purple and/or green in solidarity with their British sisters. So, thank you!)<p/>
I've always understood green and purple to be the suffragette colours... maybe it was only an Australian thing - I thought it was standard...?</p>
Nigel is certainly due for a splash of curtaining and a cushion or two... since painting him I have realised that I actually have several choices among my fabrics... now I have to CHOOSE!! Maybe not... with your additional suggestions I could try out a few...</p>
Oh! I did wonder if Australian suffragettes were more colorful than American suffragettes, who all seemed to wear sturdy dark clothes, the better to last through chaining oneself to hitching posts, and the like, perhaps. <p>Aren't you clever to have cottoned onto the great possibilities of this modular building!! But doesn't Nigel need at least a tad of lime and lavender algae? A chair cushion, or maybe a paper-covered storage box, or covered thread bin? <p/>
Haha, no not really Sue Ellen. Maybe I'd just been talking to my mother-in-law about feminism too much at the time (it's one of her favourite topics). Green and purple are one of my favourite colour combos too - as evidenced by the colours of my new sewing room ;-P (which you can check out here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.485563071537667.1073741830.259297200830923&type=1)
Is there a further story here? You call the color "sufragette lavender and lime." I just think of it as one of my favorite combinations, and I like your organized algae.
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