Tsibiah Israel Bio

Shalom MHNCB,

My name is Tsibiah, This website is aimed to Teach and Help Raise Israelite Sisters in the truth, Sharing knowledge in Gardening, Sewing, Housekeeping, Organizing, and much more.

When I was 11 my mom started homeschooling me and my 3 sisters. With four kids to take care of she needed something to keep me busy after studying, so…

She took me to Joanns and bought me a pair of knitting needles and a bundle of blue yarn, I learned very quickly and soon moved on to crocheting, painting, beading, embroidery, wood burning and weaving. I was content and I was pretty busy but I didn’t feel like all those crafts were for me.

So one day I went exploring in the garage and came upon a big table like box, I opened it to find out it was a old industrial sewing machine (I didn’t know what a sewing machine was or what it did then) that belonged to my tia (aunt) It was a Necchi automatic supernova. It looked similar to this.⇓


So I started playing with it, making gigantic birds nest knots in the bobbin and in my opinion almost destroying it, now thinking back there were things I did with that machine as a beginner that I wouldn’t even think of doing now (poor machine). I was really frustrated but for some reason I still wanted to use this machine thingy.

So after watching so many sewing tutorials on YouTube, reading books and breaking my head I couldn’t break the ‘code’ for this machine. And I started disliking it.

After complaining to my mom that I just couldn’t get the Necchi sewing machine to work, she gave me her sewing machine a Brother LS 1217. Which is in my opinion is the easiest sewing machine I have ever used or sewn on I would definitely recommend it for beginners,

Brother LS1217

And  then Halleluyah! All those tutorials I watched on YouTube and all those books I read suddenly made sense. I was on a sewing spree!

When I was about 14 we were called by the MH to follow his laws, commandments, and statutes, All praises!

One of the commandments for women is to have our heads covered, 1 Corinthians 11:5-6, so me being a seamstress I got really creative in my head coverings. So after experimenting which ones would work and which ones were a total fail I started building up the courage to wear my head covering outside. Yep outside as in, not inside the house. I would get compliments and questions as to where I got my head coverings from, which inspired/motivated me to start selling my Elegant Head coverings.

Fast Forward to today and now I have a Website, Blog,  You Tube Channel and Store! Where I, All Praises To TMH!, sell Head coverings and more, teach sewing and more to help other sisters in their journey of being a Modest Woman, one Covering at a time.

On My Blog we will learn about Sewing

Tsibiah's Sewing School - An Israelite Seamstress


Home Schooling Tips & Tricks, untitled-design-1

Activities for Kids,


Cooking & Baking,

Cooking & Baking

Israelite Fashion


& More!

Hope that we can all teach and learn from each other!


Check out some of my favorites!


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