Favorite Things: Wakefield Ecclesiastical Fabric

A drastic change reared it’s head withe today’s weather. It was not a favorite thing, and so to not get caught up in the cold and windy and blustery day, one has to seek out their favorite things. It’s guaranteed to brighten the dreariest of dreary days. Finding favorite things for me is a simple task. I only need to look at an Ecclesiastical Fabric. The nearest one in site is Wakefield, and that vestment fabric is sure to bring a smile of joy!

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Wakefield is a large scale Ecclesiastical fabric. Notice the golden accents which are used to create the lovely ogee design. To some, the shape looks more like a pineapple. While the fabric looks great from a distance, the true beauty is in the details.

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Wakefield employs a number of design details with the combination of different thread tones, textures, and colors. The large size of this design is deceptive. One thinks at first it would be impossible to work with. Then over time the details slowly begin to unravel. The designs for a pattern in the mind on placement and cutting options.

For tonight, we will have to cut the topic of Wakefield short due to connections issues. Until next time.

Solo Dei Gloria

Be sure to visit our online store front Ecclesiastical Sewing where you may shop for Liturgical Fabrics, altar linen fabrics, church vestment making patterns, liturgical machine embroidery designschurch vestment trims and notions and so much more. You may also find us on  Ecclesiastical Sewing  on Facebook , Twitter, and Pinterest. Sing up for our mailing list  at the bottom of the page on our online store front and receive a free copy of our Small Linens Booklet as our way of saying thank you for following along.

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