Vestment Kits

Vestment kits provide you with patterns and materials to make a full vestment set at a great price. We supply you with the materials to make a fully lined chasuble, stole, burse, maniple and veil.

You don't have to pay thousands of dollars for a vestment set. With a few sewing skills, you can make a fully lined chasuble with matching stole, maniple, burse and veil for a lot less money.

These kits will help you make a beautiful, fully lined vestment set. The fabric we provide is a rich, liturgical fabric consisting of a rayon-polyester blend.

We also provide patterns, matching thread and exquisite gold banding and fringe for a complete set. For the burse, we provide two burse boards and cotton banding. We provide matching satin lining for all of our pieces: chasuble, stole, maniple, burse and veil.

Here is what is included:

  • Rich liturgical fabric in your choice of red, green, white, purple or black
  • Matching satin lining fabric
  • Matching trim
  • Patterns
  • Two Burse Boards

Thread is not included in these kits. We recommend good quality thread such as Coats and Clark Thread.

To learn more or to purchase, click here.

Want to Make a Deacon's Stole?

We also offer a deacon's stole kit with a pattern and materials to make a deacon's stole in your choice of colors. To learn more and to purchase, click here.

Gothic Stole Kit Also Available

If you are interested in making a Gothic stole kit, we offer it in your choice of colors. To learn more and to purchase, click here.

Want to Learn More About
Sewing Vestments?

We offer instructions on how to make a chasuble starting here.

To learn how to make a stole and maniple, click here.

Learn how to make a burse here.

If you want to learn how to make an alb, you can learn some sewing tips here.

Are you looking for vestment patterns? See our entire selection of vestment patterns by clicking here.

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