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Ecclesiastical Sewing’s Burse Sewing Patterns are the perfect choice for anyone looking for quality liturgical sewing patterns. Our patterns are designed with the needs of our customers in mind, incorporating created designs and easy-to-follow instructions to make the sewing process enjoyable and manageable.

At Ecclesiastical Sewing, quality is our top priority. That’s why we use only quality materials in making Burse Sewing Patterns. From the initial design to the finished product, we take proper care to ensure that every detail is just right.

Moreover, we have linked a few articles to this post that you will able to learn about our sewing patterns. The related posts are made to showcase its usages and significance to the liturgical setting. So if you’re passionate about liturgical sewing patterns, we have a range of content here on our website. Just look at the blog menu in the upper section of your computer screen or when using a mobile phone find “Home” in the highlighted red color and click, it will be redirected to the home page, where you will find the vast collections of our published contents.

Dayspring Vestment Collection by Ecclesiastical Sewing

Dayspring is a Collection of Designs intended for use at both Christmas and Easter. Dayspring is a Messianic Prophecy that is fulfilled at the Resurrection. The Dayspring Church Vestment Collection incorporates the IHS Holy Monogram, the Chi Rho Symbols, Alpha and Omega, the Rising Sun, and the Glorious Cross. There are also Angels in adoration. The entire Ecclesiastical Sewing team is honored to have been a part of creating this new Dayspring Collection of Designs for use in your churches for the Christmas and Easter Seasons of the church year.

Prince of Peace Baxter 501 Years in the Making

Reformation 2018 – 501 Years in the Making

Reformation 2018 – 501 Years in the Making:: an incredible anniversary. The Reformation Embroidery Designs were created by Edward Riojas and Carrie Roberts. This set was the first major collaborative design collection created by both artisans and it marked the beginning of what has become a wonderful working relationship and friendship. The designs are unique in the world of vestment making.

Cleveland Beth Misona Chalice

Sacred Vessels

The Cleveland Museum owns four pieces of liturgical vessels from circa 500-700 A.D. This set was discovered in Northern Syria, where early Christians would have buried their precious goods from the invading Persians or Arabs. There are three chalices and one paten in this set. These are all silver; and the chalices are decorated with Saint Peter, Saint Paul, Christ, and the Blessed Virgin. The collection was given to a priest named Zeno by Kyriakos son of Domnos.

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