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Plain Bonnet Styles

Examples and Links to Patterns/Seamstresses
  1. Examples
    Married Woman Wenger Bonnet Unmarried Woman Wenger Bonnet
    Mennonite, Wenger, Married  Unmarried
    Piker Mennonite Bonnet Piker Mennonite Bonnet
    Mennonite, Piker Mennonite, Piker. Different milliner.
    Lancaster Amish Bonnet Lancaster Amish Girls Bonnet
    Amish, Lancaster, Baptized  Unbaptized
    Quaker Bonnet Quaker Bonnet
    Old bonnet for a doll that I found for sale on E-bay. Classic Quaker bonnet. Two views.
    Quaker Bonnet Quaker BonnetQuaker Bonnet
    Lucretia Mott's Bonnet Me in my bonnet. I'm a Quaker and it is my bonnet, so I say it is a Quaker bonnet.
    Miller's Millinery Quaker Bonnet Sarah Benson Walker's Gray Quaker Bonnet
    Quaker Bonnet as created by Miller's Millinery. Walker, Sarah Benson Photographs of Quaker bonnets belonging to Sarah Benson Walker: 1812-1893. University of Tasmania Library, Special & Rare Material Collections. (Unpublished) Her gray bonnet is in the foreground, light brown bonnet in the background. For more see Quaker Life in Tasmania: Quaker Costume. Photographs of Sarah Benson Walker's bonnets (Private Collection) Sarah Benson Walker was the daughter of Methodists, Robert and Ann Mather, who joined the Quakers in 1834. That same year Sarah agreed to marry George Washington Walker. Sarah had ten children and regularly participated in Monthly Meetings.
    Non-Quaker bonnet photos used by permission of Plainly Dressed


  2. Ready-made
  3. Patterns
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mennonite bonnet quaker bonnet amish bonnet patters piker lancaster baptized plain seamstress head coverings
mennonite bonnet quaker bonnet amish bonnet patters piker lancaster baptized plain seamstress head coverings
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Epistle 264
1669

"Poor Friends": One Meeting to help another

AND in all your Meetings, let notice be given to the Quarterly Meetings of all poor Friends: And when ye have heard, that there is many more Poor belonging to one Meeting than to another, and that Meeting thereby is burdened and oppressed, let the rest of the Meetings assist and help them, so that ye may ease one another, and help to bear one anothers Burdens and so fulfil the Law of Christ. And so see that nothing be lacking, according to the Apostle's words (mark) nothing ...

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I am not Amish or Mennonite, but some people who come to my website are interested in knowing more about these groups. I can recommend these books as authoritative and relatively inexpensive sources of further information.


An Introduction to Conservative and Old Order Mennonite Groups




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