I just finished making Joyful (#185). I love working with these soothing greens and blues. There's a little bit of purple, gold and red-orange in there too. The back of the stole is black. Three layers of 100% Kona cotton. Feels nice. As always I welcome your comments and suggestions.
Sunday, April 23, 2017
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
I'm making a new batch of stoles using the best of my collection of Westminster Fabrics. Designers include Kaffe Fasset, Philip Jacobs and Martha Negley. For this one, I focused on greens and blues. The photo above shows the colors most accurately. These are selling as fast as I can make them. I love working with these beautiful colors. Visit Shadrach's to see what's new.
Friday, April 14, 2017
This clergy stole was made from 100% cotton hand-dyed fabrics. The colors range from dark raspberry to brown to kiwi chartreuse. The fabrics look like suede, but they're not. The back of the stole is black cotton. See more details here: Shade clergy stole #182.
Saturday, April 8, 2017
Do you prefer a plain Latin cross? Or the one shown above?
Friday, April 7, 2017
Many shades of grayish green, blue and gold look like a collection of seaglass. The soft colors are cool and peaceful, like a contemplative walk on the beach. 54" Long measured from back of neck.
The back side is black, 100% cotton, won't slide off your lap when sitting.
Monday, April 3, 2017
Shot cotton fabrics have one color thread for the warp and another color thread for the weft. This creates a beautiful effect. All of the shot cottons in this stole have red as one of the colors in the weave. There are 8 different shot cottons and 4 solid color fabrics in this stole.
See more about this stole here: Shadrach's.
This printed red on red stole is a subtle combination of two medium reds. The background is slightly darker. The lighter red looks like it was painted on with a paintbrush. From a distance, this stole looks like a solid red, but up close it has some visual texture, some depth.
A nice stole for ordination or Pentecost. See more here.