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5" Prayer Cloth in filet - Charity Pattern

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5 " Prayer Cloth Filet Pattern

 

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Finished size:

Approx. 5 inches square

 

Materials:

34 yds Size 10 crochet cotton, white

#7 steel hook Boye or

#5 steel hook Bates

 

Pattern Notes:

Pattern is worked in 4edc blocks.

Entire pattern is worked in Edc.

Follow chart beginning at the bottom right corner of Row 1.

Chart is then followed back and forth until completed.

This pattern is symmetrical.

 

Pattern Stitches:

 

Edc - Extended Double Crochet - yo and insert hook in specified st. yo and draw through st (3 loops on hook). yo and draw through 1 loop. Complete as you would a normal dc. (Yo and draw through 2 loops, yo and draw through remaining 2 loops).

 

Mesh Block - Edc, ch2, skip 2st’s, edc in next st. Each mesh block is made up of 4 st’s.

Blocks that are next to each other share the center st. Example - 2Mesh - edc, ch2, edc (shared), ch2, edc.

 

Solid Block - 4 edc. Each solid block is made up of 4st’s.

Blocks that are next to each other share the center st. Example - 2 Block - 7edc

Instructions:

 

Chain 52

 

Row 1 - edc in 4th chain from hook and in each chain across.

Row 2 - ch3, turn, edc in next 3 st's, *ch 2, skip next 2 st's, edc in next st* repeat 2 more times, edc in next 3 st's, *ch 2, skip next 2 st's, edc in next st* repeat 5 more times, edc in next 3 st's, *ch 2, skip next 2 st's, edc in next st* repeat 2 more times, edc in next 3 st's.

 

Continue following chart through completion. Finish off, weave in ends and block.

 

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You can also download the PDF for your files by clicking the link below

Prayer Cloth -.pdf

 

 

Copyright 2007, 2011 ~ Michele Shirley ~ All rights reserved.

This pattern and it's derivative works are for personal, private and charitable use.

 

 

The original posting of this pattern can be found here.

Edited by RoseRed

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You're very welcome. I made up a bunch of these when I was attending a ND church. They were anointed and passed out to those in need of a blessing.

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thanks for sharing this pattern with us.

it is beautiful. :manyheart

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