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May 22, 2007
DALET

Materials: 4 mm or 4.5 mm knitting needles
size 6 or 7 U.S.

This pattern produces a block measuring about
24 by 24.5 cm,
roughly 9 1/2 by 9 3/4 inches on 4 mm needles,
using a 4 ply worsted yarn.


[WB] - work border pattern across
(WB4) - work 4 stitches for border

The border you choose for your (WB4) should be the
same pattern that you use for the first and last 5 rows [WB]

The letter Dalet is worked over 23 stitches in Rows 12 - 62.


Cast on 51 sts.


Rows 1 -5: Work a border of your choice across,[WB].
Row 6: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 7: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 8: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 9: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 10: (WB4) p43 (WB4)

Row 11 and every odd row up to and including Row 67
(WB4) k43 (WB4)

Row 12: (WB4) p26, k2, p15, (WB4)
Row 14: (WB4) p26, k3,p14 (WB4)
Even Rows 16 - 46 (WB4) p26, k4, p13 (WB4)
Row 48: (WB4) p11, k21, p11 (WB4)

Rows 50, 52, 54 & 56: (WB4) p10, k23, p10 (WB4)

Row 58: (WB4) p10, k22, p11 (WB4)
Row 60: (WB4) p10, k21, p12 (WB4)
Row 62: (WB4) p10, k2, p31 (WB4)

Rows 64, 66 & 68: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Rows 69 - 73: [WB] work border pattern across
Bind off

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Posted: May 22, 2007 1:18pm
May 17, 2007
GIMEL

Materials: 4 mm or 4.5mm knitting needles, size 6 or 7 U.S.


This pattern produces a block measuring about 24 by 24.5 cm, roughly 9
1/2 by 9 3/4 in. on 4 mm needles using a 4 ply worsted yarn.

[WB] - work border pattern across
(WB4) - work 4 stitches for border

The border that you choose for your (WB4) should be the same pattern that you use for your first and last 5 rows [WB].

The letter Gimel is worked over 17 stitches in Rows 12 - 62 .

Cast on 51 stitches

Rows 1 -5: Work a border of your choice across,[WB].
Row 6: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 7: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 8: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 9: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 10: (WB4) p43 (WB4)

Row 11 and every odd row up to and including Row 67,
(WB4) k43 (WB4)

Row 12: (WB4) p13, k10, p6, k1, p13 (WB4)


Row 14: (WB4) p14, k10, p4, k2, p13 (WB4)

Row 16: (WB4) p15, k10, p2, k3, p13 (WB4)

Row 18: (WB4) p16, k10, p1, k3, p13 (WB4)

Row 20: (WB4) p17, k9, p1, k3, p13 (WB4)

Row 22: (WB4) p18, k8,p1,k3, p13 (WB4)

Row 24: (WB4) p22, k7, p14 (WB4)

Row 26: (WB4) p22, k6, p15 (WB4)

Row 28: (WB4) p22, k5, p16 (WB4)

Row 30: (WB4) p22, k4, p17 (WB4)

Row 32: (WB4) p22, k4, p17 (WB4)

Row 34: (WB4) p22, k4, p17 (WB4)

Row 36: (WB4) p22, k4, p17 (WB4)

Row 38: (WB4) p22, k4, p17 (WB4)

Row 40: (WB4) p22, k4, p17 (WB4)

Row 42: (WB4) p22, k4, p17 (WB4)

Row 44: (WB4) p22, k4, p17 (WB4)

Row 46: (WB4) p22, k4, p17 (WB4)

Row 48: (WB4) p17, k9, p17 (WB4)

Row 50: (WB4) p16, k10, p17 (WB4)

Row 52: (WB4) p15, k11, p17 (WB4)

Row 54: (WB4) p15, k11, p17 (WB4)

Row 56: (WB4) p15, k11, p17 (WB4)

Row 58: (WB4) p15, k10, p18 (WB4)

Row 60: (WB4) p15, k9, p19 (WB4)

Row 62: (WB4) p15, k2, p26 (WB4)

Row 63: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 64: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 65: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 66: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 67: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 68: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Rows 69 - 73: [WB] work the border of your choice across.
Bind off.

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May 2, 2007


ALEPH

Materials: 4 mm or 4.5 mm knitting needles
size 6 or 7 U.S.

This pattern produces a block measuring about
24 by 24.5 cm, roughly 9 1/2 by 9 3/4 inches on 4 mm needles, using
a 4 ply worsted yarn.

[WB] - work border pattern across
(WB4) - work 4 stitches for border

The border you choose for your (WB4) should be the
same pattern that you use for the first and last 5 rows [WB].
The letter Aleph is worked over 23 stitches in Rows 12 - 62.

*Beginner knitters, you may want to:
- use a knit stitch for your border
- bind off using a crochet hook to replace one of the needles



_____________________________________________________

ALEPH


Cast on 51 sts.

Rows 1-5: Work a border of your choice across. [WB]
Row 6: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 7: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 8: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 9: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 10: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 11 and every odd row up to and including Row 67:
(WB4) k43 (WB4)

Row 12: (WB4) p10, k7, p12, k3, p11 (WB4)

Row 14: (WB4) p10, k7, p11, k4, p11 (WB4)

Row 16: (WB4) p10, k7, p10, k5, p11 (WB4)

Row 18: (WB4) p10, k7, p9, k6, p11 (WB4)

Row 20: (WB4) p10, k7, p8, k7, p11 (WB4)

Row 22: (WB4) p10, k7, p7, k8, p11 (WB4)

Row 24: (WB4) p10, k7, p6, k9, p11 (WB4)

Row 26: (WB4) p10, k3, p9, k10, p11 (WB4)

Row 28: (WB4) p10, k3, p8, k10, p11 (WB4)

Row 30: (WB4) p10, k3, p7, k10, p13 (WB4)

Row 32: (WB4) p10, k3, p6, k10, p14 (WB4)

Row 34: (WB4) p11, k3, p4, k10, p15 (WB4)

Row 36: (WB4) p12, k4, p1, k11, p15 (WB4)

Row 38: (WB4) p13, k13, p1, k2, p14 (WB4)

Row 40: (WB4) p15, k10, p2, k3, p13 (WB4)

Row 42: (WB4) p14, k10, p4, k3, p12 (WB4)

Row 44: (WB4) p13, k10, p5, k3, p12 (WB4)

Row 46: (WB4) p12, k10, p6, k4, p11 (WB4)

Row 48: (WB4) p12, k9, p6, k6, p10 (WB4)

Row 50: (WB4) p12. k8, p4, k9, p10 (WB4)

Row 52: (WB4) p12, k7, p5, k9, p10 (WB4)

Row 54: (WB4) p12, k6, p6, k9, p10 (WB4)

Row 56: (WB4) p12, k5, p7, k9, p10 (WB4)

Row 58: (WB4) p12, k4, p8, k9, p10 (WB4)

Row 60: (WB4) p12, k3, p9, k8, p11 (WB4)

Row 62: (WB4) p12, k2, p10, k6, p13 (WB4)

Row 63: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 64: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 65: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 66: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 67: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 68: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 69 - 73 [WB] work the border of your choice across
Bind off.

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2007



BET

without the dagesh



Materials: 4 mm or 4.5 mm knitting needles
size 6 or 7 U.S.

This pattern produces a block measuring about
24 by 24.5 cm,
roughly 9 1/2 by 9 3/4 inches on 4 mm needles, using
a 4 ply worsted yarn.

[WB] - work border pattern across
(WB4) - work 4 stitches for border

The border you choose for your (WB4) should be the
same pattern that you use for the first and last 5 rows [WB]

The letter Bet is worked over 25 stitches in Rows 12 - 62.


Cast on 51 sts.


Rows 1-5: Work a border of your choice across. [WB]

Row 6: (WB4) p43 (WB4)

Row 7: (WB4) k43 (WB4)

Row 8: (WB4) p43 (WB4)

Row 9: (WB4) k43 (WB4)

Row 10: (WB4) p43 (WB4)

Row 11 and every odd row up to and including Row 67:
(WB4) k43 (WB4)


Row 12: (WB4) p9, k25, p9 (WB4)

Row 14: (WB4) p10, k24, p9 (WB4)

Row 16: (WB4) p11, k23, p9 (WB4)

Row 18: (WB4) p12, k22, p9 (WB4)

Row 20: (WB4) p13, k21, p9 (WB4)

Row 22: (WB4) p14, k20, p9 (WB4)

Row 24 and every even row up to and including Row 44:
(WB4) p27, k4, p12 (WB4)

Row 46: (WB4) p26, k5, p12 (WB4)

Row 48: (WB4) p10, k21, p12 (WB4)

Row 50: (WB4) p10, k21, p12 (WB4)

Row 52: (WB4) p10, k21, p12 (WB4)

Row 54: (WB4) p10, k21, p12 (WB4)

Row 56: (WB4) p10, k20, p13 (WB4)

Row 58: (WB4) p10, k19, p14 (WB4)

Row 60: (WB4) p10, k18, p15 (WB4)

Row 62: (WB4) p10, k17, p16 (WB4)

Row 63: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 64: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 65: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 66: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 67: (WB4) k43 (WB4)
Row 68: (WB4) p43 (WB4)
Row 69 - 73 [WB] work the border of your choice across
Bind off.

To include a dagesh, work Rows 34 & 36 :
(WB4) p19, k3, p5, k4, p12 (WB4)


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2007



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