Thank you for sending my order so
quickly. The Traditional Prayer
Cap and Reversible Veil are very
nice and I love them. I just wanted to share with others what
I found that works great for your
veils. I found VELCRO-General
Purpose Adhesive Fasteners--size
'S' and about 1/2 inch in diameter. They look like a small
button. No sewing needed here.
You will only need three for your
veil and they work wonderfully
well. This is a far safer route
than using straight pins or safety pins. I think you will be
happy with the results.
I always wanted to put my hair in a bun but didn't know how. Now I am learning. Thank you
Bayley for your wonderful website
and for pointing out 1st Corinthians Chapter 11:. May God
bless you and your ministry and
Thelma C. in Northwestern PA
From: Warren County, PA
I'm delighted to find another site that provides a style of head covering that I feel most comfortable in. I've been "covering" for 8 years during worship and prayer services but only recently began covering at all times. I'm a nurse so you can imagine how difficult it is to adhere to standard dress codes for my profession and still not draw attention to myself. Your Trianle Veils are perfect for the work our Lord has given me to do. Thank you for your services to those of us who do not/cannot sew but desire to cover.
I have short hair but it is growing. I have been reading 1 Cor 11 altho many say what I read is not what it means. Many churches in my area wear whatever to church including jeans, shorts. They say this invites people to come--as they are. I remember wearing dresses etc. only when I was young, now most do not, but when I wear a dress or skirt, I feel like a lady, I think I even move differently. Well, I am new to this but I want a cover to pray under. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you for all of your information. My mother and I just began covering last week - it is exciting, we just decided to trust God and follow His word. What a blessing! He is so faithful to lead! Our family has church at home right now, and we know no one who covers.. it is great encouragement to read of others. Thank you for the practical tips.. I was having some 'bun issues'. God bless you.
From: Northwest Ohio
Thank you for showing me some ways to make a bun. I just started attending a Mennoninte Church and am still trying to get the hang of putting my hair up.
From: Erie, PA
We just love our aprons and Mennonite dolls. I personally feel like Ma Ingalls when I wear my apron!