I hope I put this question into the right section. If I didn’t my apologies to the administrator. I’m stitching a cross as seen in the enclosed link to celebrate friend of mine who recently was ordained as a priest. I’m stitching a frame in green, the celtic cross part in purple, the middle cross in red and the smallest cross in black. I will also be using white to fill in the spaces of the cross. These colours are meant to represent the liturgical calendar. Do you think it will matter that I’m not using the colour rose which represents
Gaudete Sunday (Third Sunday of Advent) Laetare Sunday (Fourth Sunday of Lent)
I’m using deep rich colours which are close to the colours we see throughout the liturgical calendar. If I use rose instead of black, I’m afraid the cross will appear to be more feminine which is definitely not my friend’s style at all.
What are your thoughts?