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    "The Last Supper" Filet Crochet Pattern


    "The Last Supper" Filet Crochet Pattern

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    • Marilyn Hall
      Marilyn Hall

      what are the directions for this patternsuch as how many chs for foundation row

    • Brenda Chastain
      Brenda Chastain

      printed off the picture and will give it my best to make this from the picture.

    • Nannette Wicks
      Nannette Wicks

      I used the graph that I found on Pinterest. Was tedious, but can be done. I've done 4 of them and given them to my parish and several other parishes. We use it on Holy Thursday.

    • Freda Coutinho
      Freda Coutinho

      Nanette, how many chains for the starting row? Can you please share the graph that you found on Pinterest?

    • Nannette Wicks
      Nannette Wicks

      Had this almost typed and computer booted it out. It's 560 chains across and 151 rows deep. If you have a problem, let me know and I'll do my best to help you. I've put it on my Facebook page under the above name. You can see the entire picture there. Good luck and God Bless you. It's quite an undertaking.

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    Print the two parts of the pattern for easy work.

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    • ellen pelkey
      ellen pelkey

      your welcome Susanne!

    • Elane Parrish Hooker
      Elane Parrish Hooker

      How do I get directions

    • Freda Coutinho
      Freda Coutinho

      How much is the starting chain? and what is the size of the finished piece?

    • ellen pelkey
      ellen pelkey

      hi elane just print it out and do it like a graph pattern there are books on how to do graphs and they will tell you how to do it

    • Johann Smit
      Johann Smit

      Can someone mail me the pattern pleas. psefix@gmail.com

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    For easy work!

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    • Charlotte English
      Charlotte English

      one block equals on sc, so I would do 280 sc's. Also depends on what you are using , if you are using #10 or #20 or #40 thread, will make a difference. I normally use a #5 or #3. I like the weight of it . But the choice is yours.

    • kelly gillett
      kelly gillett

      thankyou for message I use *3 as I like the weight thankyou for that god bless kelly

    • Bethany Johnson
      Bethany Johnson

      i have been trying to do this for a week now i have done the number as stitches and then gone to do the squares and im needing to to be longer. to have it as one square to one stitch it would need to be double the amount of stitches. if that makes sense.

    • Charlotte English
      Charlotte English

      Bethany Johnson, I haven't done this but worked on "The Old Fisherman Of The Sea in cross stitch. As best I can tell there are 10 stitches between #1 and 10 at the bottom and right side. That tells me there are 10 spaces in order to put a stitch. I can only tell you to give a double stitch per square and see if it works for you. Hope it works for you. I'm in a group called Crochet is my Hobby. There are over 38,000 in the group and a good many of them are seasoned crocheter', Ask for an invite

    • Bethany Johnson
      Bethany Johnson

      ahh ok thank you charlotte i found another one it says to double the amount of stitched to allow for the chain one. and its working a treat now but i had to pull all my work apart. :( thank you heaps and i will do that :)

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