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Thread: Prayer Shawl Quilt pattern and question

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    Member achancy's Avatar
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    Ive changed my site to a new location

    http://www.chancy.org/setonshawls/index.html

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    How inspiring & heartwarming! All the prayers that go into 1 quilt...in addition to the work. How wonderful the group is!

    Quote Originally Posted by dirty1mom
    My mother is in charge of the sewing group at her church. They make lap quilts. They use 4-1/2 inch sqs. 99 sqs. 9 across x 11 down. some are just scrappy, some are plotted out on graph paper, some are kids prints. Use 1/4 inch seams, sew in strips, sew strips together. Pretty fast. They tie the center of every other sq. with yarn and pray as they tie. Quilts are for the ill, the bereaved, the newborns, etc.

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    I always assumed prayer shawls were crocheted or knitted. I have been knitting one for myself here and there. Glad to know I can also do a quilted version.

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    My church has a Prayer Shawl Ministry. We do knitting, crocheting and quilted shawls. I am currently working on a quilted rectangle made of squares of a breast cancer awareness ribbon pattern and solid pinks and whites. One of the recurrent themes to keep in mind is that you pray with all stitching. You may want to work your shawl in themes of three also( for the Trinity) such as 3 blocks, 3 colors, 3 designs. Just another way to be friends in the Lord!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilting G
    I was in church today and realized that it is vary cold. HOT out side cold in the church. I got to thinking of making a shawl for church and when I started looking around could not find a free pattern for quilted shawl. I did find a shawl at C:\Documents and Settings\Gina\Desktop\Shawl.mht

    I decided to start with that and make it a light weight quilt. Attached is one I came up with until I start it I won't know if I will add borders and I am not sure How I will do the binding on the inside angle. I just thought I would share. Can you imagine with zillions of blocks what you could come up with....

    Please tell me what you think.
    Beautiful...especially the color (my fav). the possibilities are endless

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    Here's one I made for my sister in 2008 when she was preparing to be ordained as a minister. I had just started quilting. It is held shut by a heart-shaped button and loop. In retrospect, I wish I had made it longer, but ran out of fabric - and I think I might not have used batting. She was sweet and wore it anyway.
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