Kippah Sewing Pattern - Yarmulke Sewing Pattern - PDF Pattern - Jewish Craft - Jewish Sewing Pattern - Bar Bat Mitzvah - Jewish Weddings

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Kippah sewing pattern. Also known as a yarmulke. This original design has a lower profile than typical kippahs -- the middle of the kippah sits closer to the head for a more refined look. [Note: This is a PDF pattern ready for instant download, not a physical pattern or finished kippah.]

Easy step-by-step instructions with illustrations. Suitable for beginner sewists.

Make this kippah from medium weight woven fabrics including satin, jacquard, Dupioni silk, brocade, velvet, cotton, novelty quilting fabrics.

Finished size: 6¼” (15.9cm) diameter (Change the size by changing the size of the pattern when you print.)

English and metric measurements provided throughout.

This pattern is one of 18 projects in the book Sew Jewish, which also has instructions for making a tallit and a tallit bag. You can purchase the complete Sew Jewish book as a PDF instant download here:
PDF: https://www.etsy.com/listing/252217002/18-jewish-sewing-patterns-and-projects

Thank you for supporting indie sewing patterns! This pattern is an original design, copyrighted by Sew Jewish. It is unlawful to copy, resell, share, distribute, or publish any portion of this pattern. This pattern may not be mass produced.

This is a PDF pattern ready for instant download.

Thanks for looking!

Visit my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SewJewish
Kippah sewing pattern. Also known as a yarmulke. This original design has a lower profile than typical kippahs -- the middle of the kippah sits closer to the head for a more refined look. [Note: This is a PDF pattern ready for instant download, not a physical pattern or finished kippah.]

Easy step-by-step instructions with illustrations. Suitable for beginner sewists.

Make this kippah from medium weight woven fabrics including satin, jacquard, Dupioni silk, brocade, velvet, cotton, novelty quilting fabrics.

Finished size: 6¼” (15.9cm) diameter (Change the size by changing the size of the pattern when you print.)

English and metric measurements provided throughout.

This pattern is one of 18 projects in the book Sew Jewish, which also has instructions for making a tallit and a tallit bag. You can purchase the complete Sew Jewish book as a PDF instant download here:
PDF: https://www.etsy.com/listing/252217002/18-jewish-sewing-patterns-and-projects

Thank you for supporting indie sewing patterns! This pattern is an original design, copyrighted by Sew Jewish. It is unlawful to copy, resell, share, distribute, or publish any portion of this pattern. This pattern may not be mass produced.

This is a PDF pattern ready for instant download.

Thanks for looking!

Visit my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SewJewish

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