Monastic Chasuble Sewing Pattern with V-Yoke and
Column Orphrey Band Style 3004
Introducing our V-Yoke Monastic Chasuble sewing pattern - a perfect choice for experienced seamstresses seeking to create a stunning liturgical garment. The pattern features a beautifully designed V-Yoke that adds a touch of elegance to the classic monastic chasuble style. With high-quality materials and step-by-step instructions, you can create a chasuble that perfectly complements your liturgical setting. Upgrade your liturgical wardrobe with our V-Yoke Monastic Chasuble sewing pattern and create a timeless piece that will stand the test of time.
The pattern may be sewn with just the V-Yoke or the V-Yoke with Column orphrey Band.
The monastic chasuble pattern is a wider and longer variation of our Gothic Chasuble sewing patterns.
All pattern pieces are full-size printed on white paper. The pattern has 3 sizes - Small, Medium, and Large as noted below.
- Small fits a female figure S-M.
- Medium fits a female figure L
- Medium fits a male figure M
- Large fits a male figure XL-XXL
- Chasuble approx. 6-6 1/4 yards fabric
- Allow extra fabric to match pattern repeat
- Column or V yoke contrast: 1 1/2 to 1 3/4 yards
- Lining: approx. 6 to 6 1/4 yards
- Trim: 7 1/4 yards of 3/4" Trim
- Optional: 1 1/4 yards of 1/4" to 1/2" trim
- Larger pattern pieces require piecing together.
- Features a V- shaped yoke and narrow column orphrey band
Suggested Fabrics: Brocades, Carlisle Solids, Silk Dupioni
Contrast fabric: Metallic Brocade, Silk Dupioni, Brocades
Lining: Polyester Satin, Silk Dupioni, Cotton Sateen
Optional Interfacing for Orphrey Band. Consider adding an applique or embroidery to your project, too!
What is the sewing level for this project?
This is a project for advanced intermediate to professional level seamstresses. This project is NOT for beginners.
What is the pattern printed on?
The pattern is printed on white paper. For those who wish to use something a bit less stiff, you may prefer to trace the pattern onto a lighter-weight Pellon pattern interfacing paper.
Why is the pattern printed on white paper?
There are limited paper options available for small pattern companies to keep production minimums low and costs affordable for clients. The patterns are printed locally in small quantities as needed. The available paper that is large enough for use with our full-size patterns for use while still allowing for small print runs is white blueprint paper.
Can the wrinkles be pressed out of the pattern by ironing?
It is NOT recommended to use anything hot to press the pattern paper. The patterns are printed with toner ink and they will smudge and leave black marks on other surfaces if the pattern is ironed. Simple smooth the pattern out by hand prior to cutting. If you prefer, the pattern may also be traced off on Pellon Pattern interfacing to preserve the original.
Is the pattern available as a digital download file?
The patterns are NOT available as a digital download file. They are a physical product that requires shipping.
Are the patterns sold to clients the same patterns used by Ecclesiastical Sewing?
Yes. We use the very same patterns that are available online in our workrooms for creating beautiful vestments.
May I make a copy of the pattern in my plotter or save a digital copy of this pattern?
The pattern is copy righted and is offered as a courtesy for use in the church to the Glory of God. The pattern may NOT be copied or saved in any digital format, resold, modified, and sold as an original work, etc.
For private use only. Not intended for commercial use.