Vestment Trim and Notions

Vestment trim and notions to help you make a beautiful vestment set. Our vestment banding comes in widths ranging from 2 1/4 inches to a full 7 inches wide. You can purchase all of our trims and notions in our online store, here.


Colors include luscious red, purple and white. We also have banding in a Celtic design. 

In addition to our banding we have embroidered crosses and burse boards to help you complete your stole and burse. So please linger awhile and see what we have to offer!

Wide Satin Banding

This beautiful satin banding has a lovely cross design and is a full three inches wide.

This trim is only available in the colors of red, yellow, and purple. 


Please note: You will need eight yards of banding for a full vestment set kit. For a chasuble, you will need four yards.

To learn more or to purchase, click here.

Vestment Trim and Notions
Celtic Banding for Sale



The red and purple celtic trims have a celtic cross design and are etched with gold. The green trim is etched with silver. The banding is two and a half inches wide, and is $6.45 per yard.

To learn more or to purchase, click here.



Gold Embroidered Crosses for Sale


These are gold rayon embroidered crosses and come in the sizes of one inch, two inches, and three-inch size.

The 1-inch crosses cost $1.37 per cross plus shipping and handling and can be purchased here.

The 2-inch crosses cost $1.50 per cross plus shipping and handling and can be purchased here.

The 3-inch crosses cost $2.50 per cross plus shipping and handling and can be purchased here.

Vestment Trim and Notions
Burse Boards Made Specially for
Everything Vestment





Burse boards are essential to making a proper burse. These eight-inch squares are made from Masonite hardboard, cut specially for Everything Vestments. Each square is eight inches wide and eight inches in length – the perfect size for making a burse.



To make a proper burse, you need a material that is easy to work with and yet provides stiffness. These boards are the perfect solution. By following the instructions we have provided on this website, you can make a burse for all of your vestment sets.


To learn more or to purchase, click here.