How many stitches do you cast on for a prayer shawl?
This depends on your yarn and needle size. There are many free prayer shawl patterns on the internet which will give you some idea of what you want.
The Hebrew name for the 'prayer shawl' is 'tallit'. Many Jews of European decent also refer to the tallit as a 'tallis'. Jewish people do not call it a prayer shawl. The tallit is traditionally worn only by men (and in some synagogues, only married men) for morning prayer services. The only time when a tallit is worn for evening prayers is on Yom Kippur.
That depends on many factors, the shape of shawl you are trying to make, your gauge and the type of yarn you are using. For a rectangular shawl, or stole, decide whether you want to knit the length or width. Personally, I knit the width of the stole and continue until it's long enough, but the direction of the stitches changes the look of the shawl. Determine how wide you want your stole to be… Read More
I've included some links below for instructions on doing a ripple stitch pattern. You can choose any stitch pattern you like and turn it into a shawl. Figure out how many stitches are in a repeat. Make a test swatch to determine how wide a repeat is. Figure out how wide you want your shawl to be and divide that by the number of inches in one repeat to determine how many repeats you need.
It depends on how many stitches you have to cast off. Check your pattern as to how many stitches to cast off. Once you know, knit two stitches, and then take the stitch farthest from the end of your needle, and pull it over the second stitch. You will now have one stitch. Knit another stitch, and cast off the stitch farthest from the end of your needle. Repeat until you have cast off a… Read More
Strictly speaking, there is no required clothing for worship. Most Jews wear a kippah (Hebrew) or yarmulke (Yiddish)-- a skullcap, and many wear a tallis -- a prayer shawl.
You use a gauge or tape measure and count how many stitches per inch. It may not be a whole number, though. Example: You may have 4 1/2 stitches per inch. If you wanted to know how many stitches you needed to cast on for the desired measurement, you would multiply the number of stitches per inch by the number of inches you needed. Example II: If you neede a garment to finish at 40… Read More
There are many different types of stitches in knitting. The main categories are basic stitches, knit and purl, eyelet and lace, cable and twist, and rib stitches. Within these categories are many different types of actual stitches.
There are eight (8) stitches in a football.
A baseball has 108 double stitches.
88 there is 88 stitches on a softball
approximately 55 stitches
About 75000 stitches
160 stitches are on a 11 in softball
This would be hard to determine because it depends on how many stitches, and where the stitches are on your body.
There are 108 double stitches on a baseball (Some say 216 stitches
It depends on the yarn and how long you want your piece to be. Make a gauge patch (knit a square about 4"x4"). Lay a ruler on your work horizontally and count how many stitches are in 4". (If the square wound up smaller than 4", use 3" instead). Now you have a ratio 4" (or 3") : n stitches. Stitches to cast on = (desired length * n)/4 (or 3)
Knitting slippers is simple. Cast on 29 stitches. Knit as many rows as you need to fit your foot. Then start knit knit purl purl for as many rows as you need. Cut a tail and pull a plastic needle through the stitches. Take it off the needle along with the stitches and pull tight. Then sew in and out of the slipper. do the same thing with the tail at the end of the… Read More
I don't know if you mean stitches or laces. There are 8 laces on a football, but there are several hundred stitches.
Try casting on twice as many stitches. Be sure to count the number of stitches it takes to make a full pattern and see that your total number of stitches is evenly divisible by that number of stitches per pattern. In fact, I sometimes do the math before I take the time to cast on all those stitches. (Didn't they tell us in elementary school that we really would need to know arithmetic? LOL!) And… Read More
108 stitches in total but, only 106 visible.
There are 108 "double" stitches on an MLB baseball.
The word stitches has two syllables. (stitch-es)
For men, a yamulka [prayer cap], a tallis [prayer shawl] and tefillin [phylacteries] to be worn almost every morning for morning prayers Orthodox women keep their hair covered, many usiung wigs, when in the coimpany of any men outside of the immediate family. Mezuzahs, small parchments with hand written torah prayers [bible excerpts] are posted in cases on the upper right side of each doorway in a home [essentially except for bathrooms]
That depends on the thickness of your yarn, the size of the needles, and how tightly you knit. Make a gauge swatch about four inches square. Measure the width of the square and divide your number of stitches by the number of inches (in decimal form). That tells you how many stitches are in each inch. Now measure around your hand. Subtract 15% from that measurement, then multiply it by your stitches per inch. That… Read More
There are many different types of sewing, and each has different stitches. When sewing fabrics together for clothing, you would use Straight Stitch, Overcast Stitch, Hem Stitch, Zig Zag Stitch, and Overlock Stitch. There are several variations on these also. For cross stitch projects, the main stitch is Cross Stitch, but there are also Half Cross, Vertical Cross, quarter cross, and some others. For needlepoint there are hundreds of stitches. some of the main ones… Read More
108 double stitches or 216 stitches
You can tell how many crochet stitches you have done by counting the chains on the top of the stitch.
This depends on the size of yarn and needles you are using and the size of blanket you want to produce. Knit a gauge sample using the yarn and needles you plan to use for the project. Use the instructions on the yarn label to estimate how many stitches you need to cast on for a four-inch gauge square. Then measure your square and calculate how many stitches you really have per inch. Be sure… Read More
This means how many stitches per inch. For example, in sewing on a machine the usual # of stitches per inch is 8 - 10 for normal sewing, 6 stitches for basting. On crocheting and knitting an actual pattern will tell you how many stitches per inch is used.
There are so many ways to wear a shawls.
If you are asking how many stitches are on the white laced seam of the American football, then the answer is eight.
There are 108 double stitches on a baseball (which some people call 216 stitches). The first and last stitches are completely hidden. They are sewn by hand, using 88 inches of waxed red thread.
I knit 6" squares often. I use double knitting yarn and 4mm needles. I cast on 40 stitches and knit 72 rows per square. The size will vary a little according to the yarn (I use up left over yarn) but the sizes come out close enough to 6" square.
13 stitches representing the thirteen colonies.
There are many more than 10 crochet stitches. Your basic stitches are chain, slip stitch, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, and triple crochet. With those stitches you can make many items. In addition, there are as many special stitches as there are crochet designers. Often the same stitch can be found under many different names as well. For example, the reverse single crochet is also called the crab stitch and corded edge.
Generally shawl mean stole. Many people suggested another name of Spanish shawl is purple aeolis and nudibranch (Nature silk). shawl or stole Stoles are a common piece of clothing that are used in events and ceremonies. These stoles are used in a few other settings as well. Officials and representatives in a professional organization use stoles to depict membership in the organization.
There are many different kinds of Chuppot, or marriage canopies. The simplest kind of Chuppah is a tallit (or prayer shawl) held up by four poles with hooks on the ends. The tallit usually belongs to the groom or someone close to the groom. This kind takes only seconds to set up.
the stitches on the baseball are there so the baseball can curve drop slide and do many other kind of movements... what happens is when you throw a baseball a certain way the baseball stitches catch the air and start to move in the desired way...there are 106 stitches on a baseball
It is possible to get approximately 60 to 61 stitches per foot of thread. For one spool of thread or 100 yards, it is possible to get 18,182 stitches.
There are plenty types of sewing stitches such as: Back Stitch, Overstitch, Gathering Stitch, Zigzag, Busting Stitch, Standard Stitch and many more.
* There is no 'cast on' in crocheting. 'Cast on' is a knitting term. Crochet is generally started with a simple loop repeated to form a chain. * You don't cast on exactly because you have only one stitch at a time on the hook. In knitting it is called casting on because you are putting a whole row of stitches on a needle. Instead in crochet we make a "foundation chain." Determine the number… Read More
There are many ways to find books on crochet stitches. You can go to the internet, or the local library, or some yarn shops will also sell them, or even teach you some basic stitches.
There are 108 double stiches on a baseball. The first and last stitches are hidden. It is stiched by hand, with red wax string~
I think veterinary surgeons typically use dissolving stitches when spaying female cats. At least, all the female cats my family and I have had were stitched up with dissolving stitches when they were spayed. If your vet did not use dissolving stitches, then you will have to take her back to the vet to have the stitches removed. DO NOT attempt to remove them yourself; only a qualified veterinarian should do it. Call your vet… Read More
Depends on the machine. Home units average around 80 to 100 stitches per minute, while industrial models can sew upwards 5,500 stitches per minute.
Single, half double, double crochet and tripple crochet are the basic stitches. There are many other stitches that can be created with those such as the shell (made with double crochet). Most of the stitches call for double crochet or single crochet.
Knitting Stitches: there are only 2 types of knitting stitches - knitting and purling. Technicaly I suppose a yarn over is a third, but I just consider that a variation. Crochet stitches: slip stitch, chain, single crochet, half-double, double, and triple are the basic stitches made with a regular hook. There are other stitches that are variations of these stitches, such as the popcorn and puff stitch, reverse single crochet, linked stitches, long stitches, post… Read More
There are 108 Stitches on a baseball.