Hand Embroidered Bespoke Chasubles

A chasuble is the outermost liturgical vestment worn by clergy for the celebration of the Eucharist in Western-tradition Christian churches that use full vestments, primarily in Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran churches.

All of my Chasubles are designed, cut out by hand & embroidered with my trusty Bernina sewing machine or by hand, using the finest dupion silks and cottons. I design each chasuble to incorporate the symbols and religious iconography of your choosing. I love the process of talking through ideas & trying to come up with something new, unique and exciting, that fulfils your vision. From everyday chasubles to intricate one off designs for special occasions, such as ordinations, I’ll design a unique chasuble just for you.

Take a look at some of my recent commissions below, if you’d like to talk to me about a commission please click below to send me a message.


Latest Commissions

Red Chasuble

Green Chasuble


From my Blog

  • Green Eucharist Chasuble
    Sorry I haven't published anything for a while & then you get two together. This chasuble was commissioned by my sister to partner her green stole. It features the same … Read more
  • A very proud moment
    These last few photos are of Alex wearing her chasuble, I hope she doesn't mind me sharing them! I have been so pleased to have been asked to make it for … Read more
  • And it is finished!
    I have had to hold off on completing this blog as I was asked by Alex not to post pictures of her chasuble until after her 'priesting' and her first … Read more
  • Outlines and fish
    Outlining with a red zig-zag stitch really highlights all the different shapes. Unfortunately the photos don't show how jewel like the colours actually are in reality.   And they are done, … Read more
  • Orphrey nice to see you!
    I am well on my way now, both the front and back orphrey's are nearly complete. Just the gold leather work to do on the fish, then make up the … Read more
  • Developing the design
    Well almost there, still a few tweaks when I know the exact length of the orphrey. I have a feeling they are currently too long. This is the bit I like, … Read more