Friday, June 23, 2017

Stole with Dove and Olive Branch

Here's a new stole for Ordinary Time featuring a white dove with an olive branch in its beak, perfect for occasions of reconciliation, peace-making, and focusing on the Holy Spirit. 54" Length. Cotton.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

New Batik Stoles - They Look Like the Sea

Beautiful hand-printed batik fabric in many shades of turquoise and green. 
This stole has a translucent quality, like the sea; it looks great on a black robe. 
The pattern looks like layers of bubbles, very unique and artistic.
To see more stoles visit: Shadrach's.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

New Digitally Printed Fabric

The newest thing in fabric printing is digital! Fabric by Hoffman Fabrics, 
See more about this handmade clergy stole here
This stole, shown on a black robe, would also be perfect on a white alb.

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Yellow Clergy Stole

This clergy stole is part of the Joyful series. Other versions are available in red, blue, green, and multi colors. This sunny yellow stole includes many shades of gold, brown and orange. 

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Joyful Red and Blue Clergy Stole

This joyful clergy stole was made from the best of my collection of Westminster designer fabrics in red, blue, and small amounts of other colors. See details here. 

New Ordinary Time Stole

 This clergy stole for Ordinary Time is primarily green with some blue and turquoise. The fabrics include Westminster designer prints, Indonesian batiks, and even some realistic green apple fabric.
Click here for details. I'm making versions of this stole in red, blue, pastels, and gold.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Vertical Design Blue Stole

 I just finished making this stole and I love it. The fabric is by Timeless Treasures and it has a very pleasing hand. The colors are rich and beautiful, reminding me of water, sky in the evening and grass. It's cool and soothing. This stole is artistic and dignified, perfect for worship in my opinion. 54" Length. Back side is black. All cotton; won't slide on your lap when sitting.

As always, I appreciate any comments you may have. See more details here: Water Stole #191.