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Measuring For A Deacon Stole

We need five measurements in order to duplicate the fit of your deacon stole.

Select the deacon stole that fits you best.

Lay it out on a at surface.

  1. Measurement 1 is the length from the bottom edge to the hip miter (you can increase or decrease this number if you want the stole to be longer or shorter).
  2. Measurement 2 is the length from the hip miter to the shoulder seam (you can increase or decrease this number if you need more or less room across your chest).
    1. Finding the shoulder angle is a bit more complicated.
    2. First, place a book or other straight edged item perpendicular to the stole, creating a right angle to the stole.
  3. Measurement 3 is the length from the edge of the book to the shoulder seam along the upper edge of the stole.
  4. Measurement 4 is the length from the edge of the book to the shoulder seam along the lower edge of the stole.
    1. If the shoulder seam doesn’t fit you right, the outside edge of the shoulder seam can rise up, creating a point or “epaulet.”
    2. You can fix this by reducing Measurement 4 a little bit.
  5. Measurement 5 is the width of the stole.

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