The Ringger Family a wonderful example of female modesty

The Ringger Family a wonderful example of female modesty
. A wonderful example of female modesty. They have a clothing store

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Reconstructing History - a pattern shop with many modest styles from the past

Reconstructing History is a pattern store with patterns from many ages. However the patterns I most like are the 1930's patterns. I don't personally like the 1920's styles. They are ugly to me with no waist. They look like rectangles to me. However, I do believe they are modest even though I feel they look rather mannish. I like the 1930's fashions but they appear to me to be rather tight in the skirt area. Tight skirts make it hard to work and they tend to ride up to the thigh if a woman drives etc. So for me the 1940's is the favorite with wider skirts that allow a woman to work. The dresses are feminine although for me they are a bit short (I just lengthen the skirt to the mid calf and the short sleeves to the elbow) and I have the perfect feminine and modest dress following Roman Catholic guidelines.

A free maxi skirt tutorial
This is a really neat and easy tutorial on making ones own maxi skirt with a knit fabric. Very modest and no ironing when you are done. This will also be a very comfortable skirt. Just make sure you use a none see through knit fabric.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

LeeLach and nice pretty modest swimsuits

Here is an ETSY shop with beautiful and modest swim dresses.

Click on the link at the top and shop for a wide variety of modest swim dresses.

how to make your own panel for a panel skirt

While looking up Consciously Modest I found the directions for making the panels was still working. So download the worksheet and then follow the video to make your own custom panels for custom panel skirts. Also, you can use the panels to create beautiful skirts using old jeans as well.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

The Homemakers Mentor - resourses for the Titus 2 women who is a keeper at home

The lady who started all this told me she created all these resources for homemaking because the schools no longer taught home economics to ladies. Martha Green recently sold all her homemaking instructions to another person but you can still get them here. The Homemakers Mentor They give out free issues. I got a wonderful one on the laundry. Instructions on how to make your own stain removing clothes soap, how to make your own clothes line, how to iron and a washday recipe for a delicious lunch. Check it out.