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Ra’avad Style 7-8-11-13 Method with Double Knots

Ra’avad Style 7-8-11-13 Method with Double Knots 3024 4032 rhecht

From Ptil Tekhelet: This method defines a chulyah as between 7 and 13 twists. There are five (double) knots, with chulyot between them of twists that alternate between Tekhelet and white. The first and last twist of each chulyah is white. Additional comments: This is a method open to a lot of interpretation since Raavad…

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Ra’avad 7-8-11-13 Method With White Chulya

Ra’avad 7-8-11-13 Method With White Chulya 70 389 rhecht

From Ptil Tekhelet: This method defines a chulyah as between 7 and 13 twists. There are five (double) knots, with chulyot between them of twists that alternate between Tekhelet and white. The first and last twist of each chulyah is white. Additional comments: This is a method open to a lot of interpretation since Raavad…

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7-8-11-13

7-8-11-13 248 1360 rhecht

For those that don’t want to change the standard tying method with Lavan. This also is good as it meets the Raavad’s requirement of no less than 7, no more than 13. In Chassidus/Kabbalah this pattern is also very popular since the AR”I prescribed this ratio but with Chulyos. The AR”I in Shaar HaKavanos apparently…

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Ra’avad / Rav Natronai Gaon Method

Ra’avad / Rav Natronai Gaon Method 225 1032 rhecht

From Ptil Tekhelet: This method defines a chulyah as between 7 and 13 twists. There are five knots, with chulyot between them of twists that alternate between Tekhelet and white. The first and last twist of each chulyah is white. Comments by Rafi Hecht: This is a method open to a lot of interpretation since…

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