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Violet, Blue and Rose Liturgical Brocade Church Vestments Fabrics

With the launch of our new Ecclesiastical Sewing Storefront, it might take a while before everyone becomes familiar with the navigation and location of various items.  When it comes to… Read more Violet, Blue and Rose Liturgical Brocade Church Vestments Fabrics

Ely Crown Liturgical Brocade and Pugin Orphrey Trim

The church year has a long history of using specific colors to mark the various celebrations, feasts and festivals of the church year. There are certain colors that transcend among all faiths. And then within various  faiths, the color may vary according to use and tradition. An example would be some churches use Liturgical Fabrics with the color Violet or purple while other use Roman Purple. The most basic colors used in the church include a white in some form from Bridal white to deep cream. The white color family… Read more Ely Crown Liturgical Brocade and Pugin Orphrey Trim

Lichfield Liturgical Fabric: Reformation Stole and Chasuble

A few days back on Ecclesiastical Sewing, we had a post on matching patterns while working with liturgical vestment fabrics. Once the patterns are matched up on the fabric, the next step is to determine pattern placement on the vestment (IE – those big roses and fleur-de-lis on Lichfield – where will they land once the garment is cut?) This can be another area of concern, and rightly so.  I have made my fair share of  “pattern placement” mistakes over the years.  Pattern or motif placement when working with Ecclesiastical… Read more Lichfield Liturgical Fabric: Reformation Stole and Chasuble

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