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The 4.5 inch pattern; Our Tried & True Stole

As we talked about last post, there are two sizes of pre-cut material—face fabric, canvas, and lining—, but only one stole kit—Silk Dupioni—comes in both sizes online. Size “B” must be custom ordered in the other kits; all the other kits come in size “A” straight from the website.

Our 4.5” stole patternpastorstole1A_large is the second of the two patterns that work with size “A” cut kits—this one works will all of the kit sizes. This stole pattern is also our standard. Although we are working to add variety in our styles, this 4.5” stole is the “go to” stole design. 4.5 inches means the finished width of the stole. We work on precision with our seamstresses to always strive to be exact with this size.

It is a great one size fits all and this allows for the flexibility of use. Each of our stole patterns has the option for different lengths of hem, which is perfect for sewing for different heights. There are separate pieces in the pattern for face fabric, canvas interfacing, and lining. And finally, all of our patterns have been created by a professional pattern maker! At Ecclesiastical Sewing, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of products. To that end, we of course hired a professional to create all of our patterns.

So when you consider sewing a stole, we have stole kits and patterns readily available for you to start your project! Once you have the pattern, you can buy as many stole kits and trims as you need to make as many stoles as you need. Thank you for reading and learning more about stole making and stole kits. #StoleKitFrenzy

~Nihil Sine Deo~

Filed under: Ecclesiastical Sewing, stole Tagged: Christian Vestments, pastoral stole, Priestly Stole, Stole Kits, Stole making
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