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Church Vestment Making Classes Fall 2018

Have you ever wanted to make a clergy stole or pulpit fall, but felt a bit confused by all of the terminologies or intimidated at the sheer prospect of making… Read more Church Vestment Making Classes Fall 2018

Saint of the Day

Today we give thanks for the life of Saint Damasus I. He was Bishop of Rome from 366 A.D. to 384 A.D. During this period, Christianity was declared the official religion, Latin became the official language of the Church (as opposed to Greek), & Saint Damasus encouraged Jerome to translate the Bible into Latin. Below are a couple articles on Saint Damasus I. Happy reading! https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-damasus-i/ http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=41

Crown of Glory: Ecclesiastical Church Embroidery Design Part 1

If you are new to Ecclesiastical Sewing or have been following along for a time, you will hear us talk about church vestments, church architecture, furnishings, and many items that are beautiful, as befitting use in the church. Our approach to design, color, style and the making of church vestments is to honor the standards of time and tradition, combining new technology where possible, as well as methods that have endured for centuries.  Historically, the traditions of time have been to use the best materials, design, and workmanship when making… Read more Crown of Glory: Ecclesiastical Church Embroidery Design Part 1

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