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Amazing Christmas Crocheted Gift "The Last Supper" by CrochetMiracles, $350.00
The Last Supper Handmade Filet Crochet
how many chains do you start with??
As far as I can determine, there are 2 different patterns. I have a picture of the original one and they differ. Design is different. From the one I originally had, have only diagram and no directions, so will have to count to get exact number. When you count by 10, double that figure for your stitches for chain. then follow blocks and open stitches
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I have finished my "Last Supper" crochet but mine will be used as an Altar Cloth for one of our local Catholic churches. it will hang down in front of the Altar, not wide enough, so will add fabric to both sides, and it gets a piece attached to the top so it can be cornered in the back of the Altar to hold it. Need to get it done before Holy Week which starts on the 13th of April.
what are the directions for this patternsuch as how many chs for foundation row
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Print the two parts of the pattern for easy work.
thank you so very much for this pattern. some of the sites that I have tried to get it from always wanted to much for the pattern or it wasn't available. this means a lot to me. Thanks again!
Thanks, but the two do not match up. How do you fix it. Thanks
You can use the whole pattern :)
For easy work!
For everyone who is looking for this! And this is my finished tablecloth - www.etsy.com/...
what is the finished size of this?
Approximately 120cm x 60cm, but I made it with very thin cotton yarn. If the thread is thicker the final size will be bigger.
This is truly a work of art. Many thanks for sharing. God Bless
Thank you so much. I have found others, but my grandmother's was like this one. I really appreciate.
I have started one, but had a terrible time trying to figure out how many stitches to start with, but finally figured it out and am on row 13. Thanks for the pattern.