This batik clergy stole is primarily brown, teal, gold and plum. The fabric was handmade in Indonesia. I like the mosaic design which is sharp in some places but blurry in other places. It has a sun-dappled look.
The neck lies nice and flat. Neat mitered point in the back (below).
I just finished making three of these stoles today. The batik fabric is hand printed in Indonesia. This is an extraordinary fabric. It looks like blue and lavender ice crystals and melting ice. Each stole is slightly different because of the randomness involved in the fabric dyeing. The backs are a solid, pale lavender. This would look particularly stunning on someone with white or gray hair, don't you think?
This is the latest stole made from "Art Glass" fabric by Rose Ann Cook for P & B Textiles. Stole made by Karen Griska of Shadrach's. This fabric looks like light streaming through a stained-glass window. Colors include teal, aqua, green, and little bits of lime green, gold, red and black. It looks great on a black robe. See more info about this stole.