Chasuble Pattern for Sale

Chasuble pattern comes with full instructions as well as the pattern to make a fully lined Gothic chasuble.

Size of Finished Chasuble

The finished chasuble is approximately 43 inches long, 54 inches wide, and fits most people.

We also have a plus-sized pattern available for extra large men. The plus-sized chasuble is 45 inches long and 58 inches wide.

Additional Supplies Needed

In addition to the pattern, you will also need:

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Looking for Sewing Tips?

Sewing a chasuble is not complicated, but there are some things you need to know to sew it the right way. While sewing your own chasuble will save you a great deal of money over purchasing a ready-made chasuble, the fabric you use can be expensive. You don't want to make a mistake! Sew... learn the right way to cut the chasuble.

Then, when you're ready to sew your chasuble, learn the techniques to sew it the right way the first time by visiting this page.

Did You Know...

The chasuble originated as a simple tunic worn by the lower classes in Ancient Greece, including Saint Paul. Originally these robes had hoods that kept the wearer warm.

Later between the fourth and sixth century, priests and members of the upper class began wearing them, although it was considered a humble garment. It wasn't until the sixth century that the chasuble developed into a sacred vestment.

The chasubles became quite elaborate during the eighth century, but during the reign of King Henry III, went through a backlash where they became more simplistic. That's when Gothic vestments appeared on the scene. You can learn more about the history of chasubles by clicking here.

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