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Month: December 2016

Happy New Year From Ecclesiastical Sewing

With Praise and Thanksgiving to everyone who follows along here at Ecclesiastical Sewing, and to a few special people who have been a blessing this past year without whose help we would not be here to serve you. Peter, Linda, Edward, Kimberly, Jan, Nancy, Rebecca, Mary, Sunny, Anne, Tim, Mary R, Kevin and Peg. Wishing you and yours a joyful and faith-filled New Year! Clint, Carrie, Christopher and Nicholas and Ashley and Travis Save Save

Religous Brocade Fabrics for making church vestments

Liturgical Brocades Used for Church Vestments and Historical Costumes

Liturgical Brocades, Damasks, Tapestry, and Brocatelle Fabrics used for Historical Period and Renaissance Costumes Ecclesiastical Sewing carries a complete line of what might be described as luxurious textiles with pedigrees… Read more Liturgical Brocades Used for Church Vestments and Historical Costumes

Saturno – Another Priest Christmas Gift Idea — Father Jerabek’s Blog

With the onset of winter, cold weather, and plummeting temperatures,  I thought many of you might enjoy this post from another blog that I follow. The post is about hats for clergy. This type of hat is not often seen in Northern Minnesota, but it is certainly interesting and handsome. Stay warm and enjoy! Soli Deo Gloria ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~   I’ve never really been much of a hat-wearer, but I do enjoy the wonderful variety of hats in the Church. Recently, it seems, a particular style of hat has been in… Read more Saturno – Another Priest Christmas Gift Idea — Father Jerabek’s Blog

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