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St. Aidan Liturgical Fabric

Liturgical Fabrics are a joy to work with when making church vestments. St. Aidan’s is no exception. Made in England for making church vestments as well as academic gowns and hoods, this fabric comes in a nice range of colors: White, Deep Cream, Red, Green, Violet, Blue and Roman Purple.

Liturgical Fabric St. Aidan

St. Aidan is a small reversible liturgical fabric which features an English Rose and vine pattern.

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The pattern repeat is 8″ which makes it an easy fabric to work with for those who are just starting out with pattern repeats, as well as being a favorite fabric choice for the seasoned vestment maker. St. Aidan is suitable for making stoles, chasubles, chalice veils, burses, dalmatics and tunics as well as for other small vestment items.  St. Aidan would also work for smaller altar hangings.

As the church year moves forward to the long Trinity season, it is a good time to think about freshening up the sacristy, perhaps with a new stole or other church vestment items. St. Aidan will be available soon with the launch of the new website.

Until next time.

Solo Dei Gloria

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