Lady Lent wall hanging calendar

Click HERE to purchase the fabric and make the hanging calendar on your own – a very simple DIY project that can also be done without sewing. Scroll down for shopping details and instructions.

This is a product from our collaboration with St. Tabitha’s Workshop.

This was our first physical – not digital – product. It is a Lady Lent hanging banner, made out of fleece fabric, based on the Greek Lenten tradition of Kira-Sarakosti. It works like an Advent calendar, to count down the weeks from Clean Monday to Pascha.


Lady Lent’s feet are removable. Each Sunday of Great Lent one leg is removed and placed inside Lady’s pocket. When all the legs are gone, it is Pascha!


Special thanks to Christina Romas – Connant, for giving us permission to use her poem “Easter is a special time” on the wall hanging. It is included in the children’s book Since God Loves you and You Know It… Sing Out Loud!, a wonderful teaching resource for young children. 


For a very easy DIY project, our fabric can be ordered from “St. Tabitha’s Workshop” online fabric shop, to cut and make your own banner. All the instructions are printed on the fabric and there is very little to no sewing required.



(See video on top of page for a quick tutorial)

There are many ways to make the banner, either sewing it or not.

Here we will demonstrate a very quick and easy way that requires no sewing, and can be done together with the kids. After we cut out all the pieces, we used fabric glue to attach the pocket on Lady’s skirt and self-adhesive Velcro dots (hook and loop) to attach the legs. We used a clothes’ hanger for hanging, but you could alternatively use a hanging rod or sew/staple ribbon pieces on top.


Order fabric.

fabric_380You can find this and our other DIY Fabric Learning Sets at St. Tabitha’s Workshop, an Orthodox-focused online store specializing in fabric items.


Cut out all the banner pieces.



Spread glue all around the back side of the pocket, but not across the top. Position pocket on Lady’s skirt and press down to glue.



Stick Velcro dots on the top part of the legs (front side) and on the bottom part of Lady’s skirt (back side).



Spread glue on the top edge of the banner. Fold top part of banner over hanger and press down to glue.




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