Thursday, July 07, 2011

Liturgical Stoles - The Ordinary Season

The color palette of green Batiks for two stoles for the Ordinary Season.  Tustin Presbyterian Church, in Tustin, CA.  I Mistyfused larger pieces of fabric, and cut them into 2" squares, using my rotary cutter.  The squares were fused to wool blended felt on both sides. There is a right side and a wrong side.

Free motion machine quilting.  The green paraments for the Ordinary Season have these same leaves on them.  I made them about 5 years ago. Click here to see the cloths from 2006.

Another view during the quilting process

L - Reverend Lee Ireland; R - Reverend Rebecca Prichard

Reverend Rebecca Prichard

Reverend Lee Ireland

Detail shots of the lower portions side by side
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  1. Those are LOVELY! What a beautiful idea.

  2. I have been wanting to make one for my minister... can you tell me where you got the stole pattern?

    Thank you,

  3. It is wonderful that the clergy has adopted this wonderful form of textiles. Kudos to you. They are very very special.

  4. Beautiful! It must have been fun to work with all those luscious greens.

  5. They are beautiful!

  6. Anonymous8:40 PM

    Absolutely beautiful.


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