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Synagogue Cross Stitch Pattern | Main Sanctuary

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Cross stitch pattern -=Synagogue=-. The pattern comes in .PDF format.

  • Fabric: Aida.
  • Colors: 14.
  • Palette: DMC.
  • Size: 123 × 143 stitches.

Synagogues are consecrated spaces used for the purpose of prayer, Tanakh (the entire Hebrew Bible, including the Torah) reading, study and assembly; however, a synagogue is not necessary for worship.

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Synagogue cross stitch pattern

πŸ”Ž Synagogue: PDF Pattern, cross stitch pattern, printable PDF pattern, printable cross stitch.
πŸ”” Only digital format.
πŸ”Ž The cross-stitch pattern comes in .PDF format.

β˜… Specification of this cross stitch pattern for different types of fabric
• Fabric: Aida.
• Colors: 14. Palette: DMC.
• Size: 123 × 143 stitches.

Finished size will vary depending on the count fabric/canvas you choose.
βœ” 14 count ⇒ Size: 8.79 × 10.21 inches | 22.33 × 25.93 cm
βœ” 16 count ⇒ Size: 7.69 × 8.94 inches | 19.53 × 22.70 cm
βœ” 18 count ⇒ Size: 6.83 × 7.94 inches | 17.35 × 20.17 cm

πŸ’Ύ 5 PDF includes:
1. FIVE SCHEMES (Fabric: 16 count White Aida):
• Color Blocks with Symbols.
• Color Symbols.
• Color Blocks.
• Color Crosses.
• Black and White Symbols.
2. Color photo for reference.
3. List of DMC thread colors (instruction and key section).

πŸ”” Please note this is a digital pattern only! No fabric, floss, or other materials are included in the listing.
β›” Returns & exchanges. This is a digital product and I don’t accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations.
❀ Feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.
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✎ Reference Information.
πŸ”Ž Synagogues are consecrated spaces used for the purpose of prayer, Tanakh (the entire Hebrew Bible, including the Torah) reading, study and assembly; however, a synagogue is not necessary for worship. There is no set blueprint for synagogues and the architectural shapes and interior designs of synagogues vary greatly. In fact, the influence from other local religious buildings can often be seen in synagogue arches, domes and towers.
πŸ”Ž Synagogues have a large place for prayer (the main sanctuary) and may also have smaller rooms for study and sometimes a social hall and offices. Ancient Samaritan synagogues are mentioned by literary sources or have been found by archaeologists in the Diaspora, in the wider Holy Land, and specifically in Samaria. During the first Christian centuries, Jewish-Christians used houses of worship known in academic literature as synagogue-churches. Scholars have claimed to have identified such houses of worship of the Jews who had accepted Jesus as the Messiah in Jerusalem and Nazareth.