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Straight Stole w/Miter & Chain Pattern


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Now YOUR fabric art can be displayed in your worship space. Written with novice sewists in mind these patterns are full of helpful tips about purchasing suitable fabrics, measuring to fit, cutting out a pattern and even some sewing guidelines. The patterns include a Glossary of sewing terms and an Appendix to help with even more advice to assure your project is a success. The patterns are for the basic stoles only. After ensuring a proper fit the possibilities are endless. Add your own art work or visit here for more information on graphic designs for your stoles. This straight stole with miter and chain hangs straight from the neck edge. A small chain rests against the back of the neck making the stole fold down in a neat point. It is finished along all outside edges with foldover binding. The width of the bottom edge can be adjusted depending on your needs. Suitable for wear over chasuble, alb, robes or simply over dress clothes. It fits well over cowl collared albs. This stole is well-suited for heavy handwoven or specialty fabrics with strong graphics. NOTE: This pattern is for the plain stole ONLY. You may add a design of your choosing or leave plain. SIZING; Included are directions to adjust the pattern to fit you perfectly. MATERIALS: 1 3/4 yards fashion fabric* for right side of stole 1 3/4 yards lining fabric* for back side of stole 1/2 yard for binding fabric** 2 yards of fusible interfacing 6 to 9 inches of 3/8 inch chain 1/2 yard of fringe OPTONAL 6 inch x 6 inch scrap for cross 6 inch x 6 inch scrap for label Matching thread and embroidery thread 2 yards of pattern tracing fabric 6 x 6 inches Fusible web (for cross on back neck of stole) I use the term "fashion fabric" to denote the fabric on the top side of the stole and the term "lining fabric" to denote the fabric on the underside of the stole. "Binding fabric" means the edge finish on all edges, similar to a quilt binding. This can all be the same fabric or not, deciding on your choice. If your "fashion fabric", "lining fabric", and "binding fabric" are all the same fabric you only need to purchase one stole length, 1 3/4 yards for all.

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