Saturday, 9 February 2013

vestments for Lent

left to right - stoles, dalmatic, chasuble and tunicle for high altar; chasuble for nave altar
Completed today, all the vestments for Lent, all pressed and freshly ironed.  The chasuble, dalmatic and tunicle have a central panel of desert grasses, whilst the chasuble for the nave altar remains plain.  The linen representing sackcloth, the grasses the wilderness, and the colours, new life.


  1. These are so beautiful. You must all be very proud. Will they be used every year?

    1. Thank you Rachel - and yes, they will be used each year!