Wow! These are completely amazing. My number one reason I wish I could sew is to make stoles. Some day.
Molly, that is beautiful! Much better than the cheap Cokesbury Ordination stole I own.
Very nice! Love the patterns.
Wow! I NEED a Pentacost stole! Very cool.
Beautiful. Just discovered your sight and love it! I really love your use of text.
Beautiful! I love seeing people's designs for liturgical art. I've made a couple of my own as well - although I weave the fabric I use, and then bead the designs. Thanks for sharing. :)
Those are absolutely incredible! Do you only sell the fabric or do you also sell the sewn stoles?
Page 95: I only sell the fabric--though I think it's straightforward enough that you could take it to a tailor or seamstress to put it together pretty easily. Or, I have a friend in seminary who might be up for doing the sewing. :) Glad you like the designs!
I love these! Thanks for sharing :)
Love these stoles!
I'm a new "younger" clergy woman, and I have been looking for stoles that are artistic but not cheesy and have spiritual depth - I can't believe I found them in a DIY style. Love all of them, especially the background of the cosmos. I'm ordering the one for Lent right now.
Confused on the sunflower website -do I order 1 yard or 5?
You just need 1 yard of fabric to get the 3 stole designs pictured on each spoonflower choice. :)
Read Institute 10 times. Still confused, and on an ordination deadline! Molly, I need your help;Full width interf.______________-|----------|- Interfacing--------------5/8" short side to side (leaves only fabric, face-to-face for ironing back over).<______________> front(folded & ironed) |-----------| |___________|_< >I hope that this makes it clear, another way to ask. The fabric is face-to-face. Should the interfacing be sewn when I sew together? If it is won't I have to trim it, and won't it show white stripe in the seam??