Cloister liturgical brocade is an example of a reversible symbolic pattern dating back to around 1900. This liturgical fabric combines the English Rose motif in a quatrefoil and the Scottish Thistle, which was a popular design dating from that time frame. The scale of the design is small, which makes it a perfect choice for someone new to vestment making and using liturgical fabrics, as well as being a favorite for professional church vestment makers. The moderate price point is ideal for projects that are budget conscious. The color choices make it versatile for use in various vestment projects. It can be used as the base for embroideries or as an orphrey on a stole or other vestment.
Width: 55" (140 cm)
Pattern Repeat" 6 ½" (17 cm)
Fiber content: 67% Polyester, 33% Cotton