Saturday, July 28, 2012

A Headcovering Sale!

The Liturgical Time Veil Shop currently features listings limited to veils that we have in stock.

Here's a coupon for 5% off your total purchase:

We request that you kindly agree to use this code for in stock items only.
(If it is listed in the shop, it is in stock.)

Thank you friends!

Monday, July 9, 2012

This Week's Work at Liturgical Time: 7-7-12

Here at Liturgical Time, we've working on a few new D shaped veils, at the request of a patron.

We have lots of wonderful soft new stretch laces, and we are loving working with them.

We've also been working on some new mesh veils that are bright, light, and great for the warmer months.

I've picked up my crochet hook again, and am loving it.  I'm working on a warm cowl at present.  I have also been skimming If You Really Loved Me: 100 Questions on Dating, Relationships, and Sexual Purity, and deciding whether to continue my Coutship Series.  I noticed after I posted this picture, that my absolute favorite rosary bracelet, from Cam's shop, is on the table!

I'm back to work, next week, which means less sewing, reading, and writing, and more providing of speech therapy.  I expect next week's pictures will have a classroom shot or two!

For more peeks into sewing corners and craft rooms, visit Cam's place:

The Life to the Full Collection is now 50% off!

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Thursday, July 5, 2012

Does Your Veil Drive You Crazy?

Veils can slip.  Slippage varies someone based on the laces and trims, but many veils have some tendency to slip.

Worries about veil slippage keep me awake at night.

I know,... I need to get a life, and some sleep.

I am thinking of developing a removable comb to be included on all veils in the shop, at no extra put the slippage issue to rest.  No pun intended.  (Okay, after I typed it, I decided that I kind of intended it.)

Opinions anyone?

We do offer pinning loops, and the option to purchase a sewn in comb, but I would imagine that some patrons may not realize that a comb might be useful, until they begin wearing their veils.  A comb that could be either used, or removed, at any time seems like a solution to me.

Any thoughts?