This Celtic stole is created with batik (wax resist) on high quality cotton. It is hand-dye painted and quilted. The Celtic knot patterns follow the line of the stole and are enhanced with a Celtic cross. Due to the stoles' hand-made nature, color, texture and images will vary slightly. Size: 110" long x 5.75" wide.
Hang all your stoles on one of our stole racks. Protect your stole when traveling or storing with a stole pouch.
Did you know…
Ordinary Time follows the great festal seasons of Christmas and Easter. It used to mark the Sundays outside Advent-Christmas and Lent-Easter and are numbered with ordinal numbers (first, second, third) instead of cardinal numbers (one, two, three). In Ordinary Time, the Sundays are designated as First Sunday after Pentecost and so on.
The Celtic cross (Ionic cross) has it's roots in a pre-Christian variation of the Solar cross. Examples of the Celtic cross date back as far as 5000 years BCE.
After the conversion of the Celtic people to Christianity, the Celtic Cross became an emblem of the Celtic Christian Church. Irish legend holds that the cross was introduced to Ireland by St. Columba, so it is sometimes referred to as Columba's cross, or the Ionic cross, after his monastery on the isle of Iona.