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What Inspires Me?

Labyrinths

The labyrinth is an ancient design which is very meaningful to many people. Interpreting that as a vestment is a challenge, especially adapting a circular shape to a non-circular vestment. For the chasuble, I focused on the center of the classic Chartres labyrinth and made that an emblem on the chest, and adapted it for a trim around the circumference of the vestment. For the stole, I positioned the two sides to capture the essence of the design—the labyrinth off-center at chest height, with hints of the paths extending down the stole. The triquetra is an additional detail that complements the design.

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