Custom Made Deacons Stole

Custom made deacons stoles are available in the colors of red, green, white, purple and even black.  Here at Everything Vestment, we are all about doing it yourself and making your own vestments.  But if you lack sewing skills or prefer to make things simple by letting someone else do the work, you're at the right place.

Our beautiful, hand-crafted deacon's stoles are fully lined and made with liturgical fabric in your choice of color as well as your choice of trim.

If you do order a deacon's stole or other custom made item, please allow two weeks for delivery, as these exquisite pieces are hand-crafted.

What if You Do Prefer to Make it Yourself?

Not a problem!  We offer a pattern as well as fabric and the trim you need to make a deacon's stole. 

Plus, our expert seamstress Lynne Green will show you step by step how to make a stole.

Learn how by clicking here.

Make things even easier by purchasing a deacon's stole kit.  The kit has everything you need to make a deacon's stole.  You can find it here.

Did You Know?

The practice of wearing stoles originated in the first century B.C.  It was originally used as a handkerchief, but was eventually used by servants to wipe the chalice that held wine.  By the fourth century A.D., deacons began wearing a longer, thinner version that became the deacon's stole worn by deacons today.  You can learn more about the history of stoles by clicking here.

Looking for Fabric and Trim?

It can be challenging to find the right fabric and trim for making vestments.  That's why we're proud to offer you fine-quality vestment fabric and trim at an affordable price. 

Our fabric is a rayon/cotton brocade and comes in the colors of red, green, purple and white.  We also have a black cotton vestment fabric.  All of our fabrics are 62 inches wide.  You can find our fabrics here.

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