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Archive for Altar Cloths & Frontals

Sunrise Altar Frontal

A striking image in Stained Glass applique.

Cross, Banksia & Butterflies

An Altar Cloth or Frontal to celebrate the new life of Easter. The butterflies are 3 dimensional so have the appearance of flying off the surface of the Frontal.

Altar Frontal – Flannel Flowers and Cross

This cloth is made as a frontal. It has a plain fabric joined at it’s top edge, and this is fixed at the back edge of the table.

The Flannel Flower is a favourite flower of eastern Australia.

This image has been created using appliqué and free machine embroidery.

Altar Frontal – ‘Broken’ Cross with chalice and loaves

A Frontal for Lent. This frontal has a plain fabric joined at it’s top edge. This plain fabric is fixed at the back edge of the table.

The Cross and Chalice are created in stained glass appliqué.

Altar Frontal – Stained Glass Flames and Dove

This altar frontal has a plain fabric joined at the top edge.

The image is created using strong coloured satin fabrics in stained glass appliqué.

Altar Frontal – Candles and Stars

This frontal has a plain fabric joined at it’s top edge. The plain fabric is fixed at the back edge of the table.

Advent candles and the southern cross constellation on a blue background.

Altar Frontal – Christmas Bells

This altar frontal has a plain fabric joined at the top edge. This plain fabric is fixed at the back edge of the table.

The image is embroidered onto a panel of off-white satin, between two panels of pale blue satin.

The bell flowers are a tiny Australian twining plant which flowers at Christmas time.

Altar Cloth – Bushfire and Renewal

This Altar Cloth is made from one piece of fabric and is unlined.

This image was inspired by the devastating fires which swept across many parts of Australia in 2004.

It depicts the destruction, but also the beauty, freshness and new life which comes after the fire.

I have used appliqué, free machine embroidery and fabric paint to create this image.

Altar Cloth – Flying Free

This Altar Cloth is made from one piece of fabric and is unlined.

Each butterfly is appliquéd and hand painted using a variety of fabric paints.

Waratahs and Flannel Flowers – Altar Cloth

This frontal depicts the delightful colours of the Australian Bush.

It can be teamed up with the matching Lectern Cover. (See the Lectern & Pulpit Covers page)