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Donal
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Date: 9/6/08 4:35 PM

I am new to PatternReview and a novice sewer. I am looking for a pattern for a Clerical Stole as a beginners project. Does anyone know where I might find one? Thanks

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Date: 9/6/08 6:59 PM

If you're interested in vestments and such, I'd recommend Vestments for All Seasons by Barbara Dee Bennett Baumgarten. A little hard to obtain through Amazon (out of stock again!!) but it might be available elsewhere on-line. It has information on all kinds of vestments not just stoles.

You could also draw a pattern off of an existing stole if you have access to one. It's a fairly simple shape and would not be difficult to copy.

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Date: 9/6/08 7:04 PM

I also found this site: Church Linens and they have a pattern available for sale. I've never used them but it looks promising.

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Subject: Topic moved Date: 9/25/08 11:24 PM

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Date: 9/26/08 1:22 AM

You may want to search the boards on this topic because I think your question was asked before and someone pointed out an interesting, helpful blog. If you know a clergy person or two, you may want to ask them which stoles have been the most comfortable, easy to deal with and then ask if you can borrow one to use as a pattern. Use some sturdy interfacing and good quality fabric. Flimsy fabric ones slide off quite easily and the ones that become narrow at the neck slide off easily also unless the clergy robe has some string at the back to help hold them in place. Many albs and Geneva gowns don't have that now. There is one version of a stole that has a circular colour and then falls straight down in the front. It's not much more difficult then the simple stoles with the narrowing around at the collar but it stays in place and doesn't slide around.

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Date: 1/13/11 10:08 AM

I don't know if you still need stole patterns or not, but I came across a source: www.patternsbysarah.com She has several different stole styles, plus applique patterns. I think the price was very reasonable, patterns are printed on heavy paper, and the designs easily lend themselves to customization.

Carrie

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Date: 1/13/11 10:44 AM

is this the kind of clerical stoles you want to make?

here's a pattern you can print off.clerical stoles.
here is a place where you can down load embroidery for the stoles.
embroidery hope this helps. Show us when you have one done.

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Date: 11/13/11 11:28 PM

When I try to print the pattern it takes me to my e-mail????
Where can I find the patters for these?
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Mickey

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