ANST - Frequency of Colors in K&P arms

Maleah Farasha Raushana bint Abdullah maleah at
Tue Mar 24 21:09:29 PST 1998

	My original message stated these objections to red in a device: in my
experience as a seamstress red fabric is one of the very WORST to fade
in a short period of time. This leaves you with banners that look old
ratty and cheap in a very short period of time necessitating new banners
on a much more frequent basis than if a more forgiving color were
chosen. Reds do not reddye well either. 
	Second as a ceramicist red is a SCREAMING BITCH to work with. It either
does not turn out at all, fades, burns and blotches or rejects the over
glaze frequently. There is NOTHING that can be done to guarantee the
outcome during the process. You paint the piece, cross your fingers and
take your chances. For every decent piece you get you lose at least two
others to glitches with the red.
	So I reiterate, NOOOOOO red. Although I understand your hesitation with
green, and purple I would still have to lay my vote on anything but red.
	For those of you who went through this on the Northern list I
appreciate your tolerance but I thought the others should have the
reasons behind by comment.
	By the way Estrill, I almost never say anything quietly <g>.

In service to Namron and Ansteorra,
Hasheika Maleah Farasha Raushana bint Abdullah

Timothy A. McDaniel wrote:
> Hahseika Maleah Farashsa Raushana bint Abdulla wrote:
> > So I reiterate, NOOOOOOOOOO RED
> Since I haven't seen the previous discussion, I don't know
> why she said that -- whether she doesn't personally like the
> color or there is a functional reason.

> Daniel de Lincolia
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