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Tudor Rose Damask Liturgical Fabric

Regular price $ 262.00
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Tudor Rose Damask Fabric

Tudor Rose Damask is an English design dating back to the sixteenth century. Following the conclusion of the Wars of the Roses, the Rose became a very popular feature in ecclesiastical and secular architecture. The richness of silk fibers, combined with cotton make Tudor Rose a perfect background fabric choice for Gold and Silk Embroidery. The available colors include a rich Ivory and deep Red.*

Pattern Repeat: 10" (25 cm)
Width: 56" (143 cm)
Fiber Content: 58% Viscose, 42% Silk

Use to create:

  • Chasubles
  • Pastor or priest stoles
  • Altar hangings
  • Pulpit Falls/Ambo Falls 
  • Chalice Veils and Burses    
  • Banners
  • Historic Costumes

See our complete line of Church Vestment Sewing Patterns designed to help you create your next masterpiece!

*Tudor Rose is also suitable as a fabric for use in creating period costumes, wedding gowns, historical garments, Home Decor, Collegiate or University Gowns, and theatrical costumes due to the accuracy and quality of the fabric design motif. The silk fibers make this a truly special fabric.

Order lead time:

Please allow 7 to 10 days for order lead times.  

To order a swatch: Please click the drop-down arrow to the right of the "SIZE" button and select Swatch Sample Size. Also, select the color option. Add the swatch to the cart and check out.


Tudor Rose Damask Liturgical Fabric

Regular price $ 262.00
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Tudor Rose Damask Fabric

Tudor Rose Damask is an English design dating back to the sixteenth century. Following the conclusion of the Wars of the Roses, the Rose became a very popular feature in ecclesiastical and secular architecture. The richness of silk fibers, combined with cotton make Tudor Rose a perfect background fabric choice for Gold and Silk Embroidery. The available colors include a rich Ivory and deep Red.*

Pattern Repeat: 10" (25 cm)
Width: 56" (143 cm)
Fiber Content: 58% Viscose, 42% Silk

Use to create:

  • Chasubles
  • Pastor or priest stoles
  • Altar hangings
  • Pulpit Falls/Ambo Falls 
  • Chalice Veils and Burses    
  • Banners
  • Historic Costumes

See our complete line of Church Vestment Sewing Patterns designed to help you create your next masterpiece!

*Tudor Rose is also suitable as a fabric for use in creating period costumes, wedding gowns, historical garments, Home Decor, Collegiate or University Gowns, and theatrical costumes due to the accuracy and quality of the fabric design motif. The silk fibers make this a truly special fabric.

Order lead time:

Please allow 7 to 10 days for order lead times.  

To order a swatch: Please click the drop-down arrow to the right of the "SIZE" button and select Swatch Sample Size. Also, select the color option. Add the swatch to the cart and check out.


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Great place to purchase goldwork supplies

Since I’ve not used it yet I can’t comment much. Love the packaging and the quality. The service is wonderful. Responsive and helpful.

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Beautiful!

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Dupioni silk

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