They made tunics for Aaron and his sons from fine linen cloth.
The turban and the special head coverings were made of fine linen, and the undergarments were also made of finely woven linen.
The sashes were made of finely woven linen and embroidered with blue, purple, and scarlet thread, just as the LORD had commanded Moses.
Finally, they made the sacred medallion—the badge of holiness—of pure gold. They engraved it like a seal with these words: HOLY TO THE LORD .
They attached the medallion with a blue cord to Aaron’s turban, just as the LORD had commanded Moses.
And so at last the Tabernacle was finished. The Israelites had done everything just as the LORD had commanded Moses.
And they brought the entire Tabernacle to Moses: the sacred tent with all its furnishings, clasps, frames, crossbars, posts, and bases;
the tent coverings of tanned ram skins and fine goatskin leather; the inner curtain to shield the Ark;
the Ark of the Covenant and its carrying poles; the Ark’s cover—the place of atonement;
the table and all its utensils; the Bread of the Presence;
the pure gold lampstand with its symmetrical lamp cups, all its accessories, and the olive oil for lighting;
the gold altar; the anointing oil and fragrant incense; the curtain for the entrance of the sacred tent;
the bronze altar; the bronze grating and its carrying poles and utensils; the washbasin with its stand;
the curtains for the walls of the courtyard; the posts and their bases; the curtain for the entrance to the courtyard; the ropes and tent pegs; all the furnishings to be used in worship at the Tabernacle;
the beautifully stitched garments for the priests to wear while ministering in the Holy Place—the sacred garments for Aaron the priest, and the garments for his sons to wear as they minister as priests.
So the people of Israel followed all of the LORD ’s instructions to Moses.
Then Moses inspected all their work. When he found it had been done just as the LORD had commanded him, he blessed them.