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7-8-11-13 with Alternating Chulyos

7-8-11-13 with Alternating Chulyos 720 960 rhecht

Received from someone who wishes to remain anonymous. To quote: Regarding pattern: The idea is to: (1) capture the nice symbolism R Aryeh Kaplan gives the Ashkenazi 7, 8, 11 and 13, the same groupings as the 39 melakhos; and as halachic argument So… You will see that the Ashkenazi implementation of the Sifra’s 5…

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R’ Eliyahu Ohayon / Uziel Family Casablanca

R’ Eliyahu Ohayon / Uziel Family Casablanca 960 950 rhecht

The tying method is based on the Halacha of start with white and with white 13 Chulyos. The concept of the Keshira is 3 against 3 and one in the middle.

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Tosafos R’ Yehoshua Yankelewitz

Tosafos R’ Yehoshua Yankelewitz 470 491 rhecht

Tying method of Yehoshua Yankelewitz.

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Tosafos R’ Bentzion Halberstam

Tosafos R’ Bentzion Halberstam 960 540 rhecht

Rabbi Bentzion Halberstam tying method. He explains the breakup in every units of 3, done Chassidishe style with Chassidishe Chulyos. Regarding the breakup in Chulyos between knots, he cites the AR”I in Shaar Hakavanos where he permits breaking up the Chulyos for the 7-8-11-13 pattern. This is done blue-white.

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Rav Amram Gaon Method

Rav Amram Gaon Method 235 849 rhecht

From Ptil Tekhelet: This method defines a chulyah as a group of three twists. It has 13 chulyot, and alternates white and Tekhelet between them, starting and ending with a chulyah of white. Though Rav Amram Gaon does not mention any knot at the begged, most people do in fact tie one there.

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Vilna Gaon (GR”A) Method

Vilna Gaon (GR”A) Method 227 837 rhecht

From Ptil Tekhelet: This method defines a chulyah as a group of three twists. It has 13 chulyot, and alternates white and Tekhelet between them, starting and ending with a chulyah of white. Those chulyot are distributed between five (double) knots with four chulyot between the top four knots and one white chulyah between the…

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Sefer HaChinuch Method

Sefer HaChinuch Method 235 840 rhecht

From Ptil Tekhelet: This method defines a chulyah as a group of three twists. It has 13 chulyot, and alternates white and Tekhelet between them, starting and ending with a chulyah of white. Those chulyot are distributed between five (double) knots with three chulyot between the top four knots and four chulyot between the fourth…

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