Many of these patterns for Peacebuilders have been revised and are available for purchase here on Etsy. user_id=5324686 : ————————————– Rosh Hashanah Shofar & Pomegranate (.50) (under revision) New for 2008!
Please feel free to contact me if you do not find a copy of the pattern you are looking for, or to send other questions or concerns to: tikkunknits(at)yahoo(dot)com. Knitted shofar & pomegranate (9.08) (Blogged here, here and here) (apple pattern available here) ————————————– Sukkot () (under revision) Knitted etrog & cluster of grapes (9.07) (Blogged here, here and here) New for 2008!
As a child I was told that it's for good luck, but I wonder if that would be permitted. I was told that Ashkenazim keep the 9 days until the midday of the 10th of av (no haircuts, showers, wine, meat...) What do Sefardim do regarding this? I have been seeking a short compact siddur for my travel after Tisha B'av. And I have found the link to the siddur Mesorat Moshe but the link is broken. In some Sephardic/Edut Ha Mizrach siddurim, there is a sentence as one concludes that one reads "ברוך הזן, ברוך שולחן, ברוך משה בן עמרם".
Hebrew Wikipedia records it as the custom of the Kurdistan ... If Matzah is mezonot for some Sepharadim, and Shabbat were to fall immediately after Pesach, what could such Sephardim use for hamotzi on Shabbat, given the obligation of lechem mishneh? Just curious as to the differences between Sephardic/Mizrahi and Ashkenazic customs in regards to mentioning a deceased person's mother or father's name when dedicating something?
Many different types of topi caps include the Sindhi cap, worn in Sindh, and the crochet topi that is often worn at Muslim prayer services (see salat).
The topi cap is often worn with salwar kameez, which is the national costume of Pakistan.) which means hat or cap in general.
It possesses deep beautiful shades of green and blue color and is known for its powerful spiritual energies that stimulate loving feelings and help to manifest positivity within your surroundings.
However, particularly in Arab countries, when worn under the keffiyeh headscarf, they are kept in a traditional white.
Some Muslims wrap a turban around the cap, called an amamah in Arabic, which is often done by Shia and Sufi Muslims.
Muslims often wear them during the five daily prayers.
When worn by itself, the taqiyah can be any colour.