Israeli Flag Challah Cover Knit Pattern

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This is a pattern to create your own Israeli Flag Knit Challah Cover!

Sometimes making it yourself is the most fun!

Want a challah cover already made? Check out the ones in my shop.


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Please contact me with your favorite color or design ideas! If there is something you are really interested in I would be happy to discuss if we can make it happen. If you want something similar to a sold product please contact me as well. I'm happy to work with you to create the knit product you are looking for!

Please see individual items for care instructions. I also include care instructions with the item when it is shipped.

Felting is a term used in the knitting world to explain what happens to wool in the washing machine. The item becomes smaller and thicker. The stitches may disappear making it look like felt. This is why they say never to wash wool. I start by knitting the project using 100% wool. Next, I put the object in the washing machine with hot water, a little soap, and something for agitation. I normally use a tennis ball. I then check on the object every 5 minutes to make sure the item doesn't shrink smaller than I want. After that, I pin the project in the shape I want in a process called blocking. In a few days the object is dry and ready for use!

Please contact me with your favorite color or design ideas! If there is something you are really interested in I would be happy to discuss if we can make it happen. If you want something similar to a sold product please contact me as well. I'm happy to work with you to create the knit product you are looking for!

Please see individual items for care instructions. I also include care instructions with the item when it is shipped.

Felting is a term used in the knitting world to explain what happens to wool in the washing machine. The item becomes smaller and thicker. The stitches may disappear making it look like felt. This is why they say never to wash wool. I start by knitting the project using 100% wool. Next, I put the object in the washing machine with hot water, a little soap, and something for agitation. I normally use a tennis ball. I then check on the object every 5 minutes to make sure the item doesn't shrink smaller than I want. After that, I pin the project in the shape I want in a process called blocking. In a few days the object is dry and ready for use!



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