24×30″ Interfaith Chapel Flag in White Satin
Newly re-designed, they no longer have a rod across the top or a cord to hang them from, but they still have the fringe. This makes them easier to ship, which lowers the price by $8.00. The fabric is also a little softer. Other than that, they are about the same.
These beautiful satin fabric pennant-style flags were designed for use in hospital chapels, but they are equally appropriate on the wall of your home, in your Bahá’í Center, or anywhere you want to create a peaceful, reverent atmosphere. At 24×30″ (fabric top to bottom tip) they are big enough to attract attention, but not so big they overpower a room. They have a chevron of gold fringe at the bottom, and a 2″ hem at the top for a dowl rod so you can hang them anywhere. They resemble the liturgical banners hung in many churches.
These would make appropriate gifts for hospital and other interfaith chapels and gathering places in your community.
White satin fabric has a beautiful sheen. You will want to iron it on the reverse side using the lowest setting that crates steam before using. For the dowel rod, you can use a curtain rod, a wooden dowel, or a short length of 1/2″ white PVC pipe.
Design by Justice St Rain