March 1, 2007
June 2008 UPDATE: My mom seems to be taking a vacation, whether permanent or temporary is unclear, from her stole pursuits. Anyway, thanks for looking at the Mom Stole Gallery. She is so sweet – she ended up selling many of her stoles at absurdly low prices just because she didn’t want to turn people down who she thought were doing such very exciting ministry. Very sweet, but I think perhaps not encouraging of a long-term stole business-ministry.
Made by my mom! She didn’t ask me to advertise them, but gosh darn it, they are just so lovely that I had to show them off here. Some of these were specially made for individuals, some are my own that she made for me, and others are still for sale. They are very comfortable and just lovely. Email for more info elizabeth199 (at) gmail (dot) com.
November 29, 2006
Justice, Peace, Compassion, and Care for the Environment. Who would’a thought you could say all that in a stole?
June 16, 2006
After making me a stole for my Christmas present, my mom decided to venture into the stole making business. Personally, I think she has a calling as a liturgical garment maker. Update: These sold long ago and my mom is on a bit of hiatus from her stole making business but I didn’t want to take these beautiful pictures down.
These beauties will be on sale at the UFETA book for $250 each during GA. You can come by and buy them (some of the proceeds benefit UFETA) or just look at them and wish that your mom could make you these sorts of stoles. I am half-tempted to encourage you to not buy them, then I can wear them and they can be sample pieces. She also makes custom stoles and cheap easy beautiful yet simple stoles for those on a lower budget, like, um, seminarians. Enjoy!