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Crocheted Passover Yarmulke – the purl bee
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Links to Free Crochet Patterns for Chemo Caps
free patterns for chemo caps Free Crocheted Chemo Cap Patterns. Please consider making a chemo cap for the local hospitals.
Crochet Kippah – Crochet A Trunk-Full O' Fun!
Star of David Kippah Materials: one ball of J&P Coats Knit-Cro Sheen size 10 100% Mercerized cotton. The sample is color 182 True Blue. A size 2 steel crochet hook.
How to Wear a Kippah (Yarmulke) – YouTube
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Free crochet pattern for a Yarmulke and many other patterns at Craftown.
How to Sew a Yarmulke | eHow.com
A yarmulke, also known as a kippah, is characterized by its thin, rounded shape. These hats–or skullcaps–are traditionally worn by Jewish men as a way of
Kippah – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A kippah or kipa, also known as a yarmulke, kapele, is a hemispherical or platter-shaped cap, usually made of cloth, often worn by Orthodox Jewish men to fulfill the
Craftgrrl – Where Crafters Unite! – Crochet Kippah (Yarmulka) pattern
STAR OF DAVID KIPPAH DIRECTIONS 1. Using first color, chain 6, slip stitch into first chain to form circle 2. Chain 3, triple crochet, chain 2, then *triple crochet