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Romsey Brocade Liturgical Fabric

Regular price $ 111.00
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Romsey Brocade

Romsey is a liturgical fabric which provides a contrast to many other pattern designs. This simple geometric design, originally produced in the 1930s, shows an equilateral cross formed by four diamonds, the symbol of St. Lupus of Sens. But let not the simple nature of the design of this church fabric be deceptive. The very nature of it's simplicity allows it to pair well with other more elaborate fabrics providing a need sense of contrast and design possibilities. 

Width: 57" (145cm)  
Pattern Repeat: 1¼”  (3cm)
Fiber Content: 55% Cotton, 45% Viscose

Romsey is available in    

  • White,
  • Ivory,
  • Red,
  • Green,
  • Blue - currently out of stock 8/2/2023
  • Violet
  • Gold

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!

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.

Please visit our YouTube channel to see this short video of Romsey Gold Liturgical Brocade.


 

Romsey Brocade Liturgical Fabric

Regular price $ 111.00
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Romsey Brocade

Romsey is a liturgical fabric which provides a contrast to many other pattern designs. This simple geometric design, originally produced in the 1930s, shows an equilateral cross formed by four diamonds, the symbol of St. Lupus of Sens. But let not the simple nature of the design of this church fabric be deceptive. The very nature of it's simplicity allows it to pair well with other more elaborate fabrics providing a need sense of contrast and design possibilities. 

Width: 57" (145cm)  
Pattern Repeat: 1¼”  (3cm)
Fiber Content: 55% Cotton, 45% Viscose

Romsey is available in    

  • White,
  • Ivory,
  • Red,
  • Green,
  • Blue - currently out of stock 8/2/2023
  • Violet
  • Gold

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!

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.

Please visit our YouTube channel to see this short video of Romsey Gold Liturgical Brocade.


 

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