and the other ends of the chains to the two settings, attaching them to the shoulder pieces of the ephod at the front.
They made two gold rings and attached them to the other two corners of the breastpiece on the inside edge next to the ephod.
Then they made two more gold rings and attached them to the bottom of the shoulder pieces on the front of the ephod, close to the seam just above the waistband of the ephod.
They tied the rings of the breastpiece to the rings of the ephod with blue cord, connecting it to the waistband so that the breastpiece would not swing out from the ephod—as the LORD commanded Moses.
They made the robe of the ephod entirely of blue cloth—the work of a weaver—
with an opening in the center of the robe like the opening of a collar, and a band around this opening, so that it would not tear.
They made pomegranates of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen around the hem of the robe.
And they made bells of pure gold and attached them around the hem between the pomegranates.
The bells and pomegranates alternated around the hem of the robe to be worn for ministering, as the LORD commanded Moses.
For Aaron and his sons, they made tunics of fine linen—the work of a weaver—
and the turban of fine linen, the linen caps and the undergarments of finely twisted linen.