April 25th & The Secrets of Venice

Goodmorning! Tomorrow we have another feast day! This saint is a much better known than the saint we celebrated on Friday. So, as a type of hint, let me ask… Read more April 25th & The Secrets of Venice

Monastic Chasuble Pattern

If you are like me, I love patterns. I love to spend hours searching through a pattern book at the local fabric store, or even looking at patterns online. I… Read more Monastic Chasuble Pattern

The Pallium & The Ontological Argument

Good-morning! So do you know whose feast day it is today? Have you ever heard of the Ontological Argument? The saint, who we celebrate today, is given the honor of… Read more The Pallium & The Ontological Argument

How to prepare fabric for machine embroidery?

For today’s post, I want to share a sewing technique with y’all. We have been plugging away at our product development here at Ecclesiastical Sewing. (Have you been following the… Read more How to prepare fabric for machine embroidery?

The Ecclesiastical Sewing Family’s Easter in 2017

We hope you have all had a safe and blessed Easter Holy Day. The Ecclesiastical Sewing family had such a wonderful weekend that it is hard to return to our… Read more The Ecclesiastical Sewing Family’s Easter in 2017

Good Friday 2017 and Stabat Mater Dolorosa

Tonight at church, the stripped altar will be adorned in black with six candles upon it and the seventh being the Paschal candle. The crucifix is already veiled, not to… Read more Good Friday 2017 and Stabat Mater Dolorosa

The First Chapter of a New Book

Monday this week was the beginning of the Passover. This is a good time to take a look at some history on Ecclesiastical Dress. Over the years there seemed to… Read more The First Chapter of a New Book

Litchfield Brocade Dossal Curtain

Earlier this week, Ashley shared a photo of the Dossal Curtain Project for Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. The project came about as a desired to update a chancel with… Read more Litchfield Brocade Dossal Curtain

Palm Sunday 2017

Palm Sunday, the celebration of Christ’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem, is only a short ways away. This Sunday is such a special Sunday with all the traditions accompanying it: the… Read more Palm Sunday 2017

Dürer and Cranach

If there is one thing I enjoy, it is Medieval and Renaissance art. I’m always happy to have a reason to study works of arts or various artists. Tomorrow, April… Read more Dürer and Cranach
April 05, 2017 by Carrie R

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