(The term filo is the Italian word for floss or thread, similar to the Spanish hilo)
Ever wonder who these wise men were, where they came from and if there were really three of them? Over time, many beliefs with little to no Biblical basis have crept into common Christian thinking.
Someabout the Wise Men written by Tim Chaffey gives insight to these historical characters.
The book of Matthew contains the account of the wise men:
“We Three Kings”, also known as “We Three Kings of Orient Are” or “The Quest of the Magi”, is a Christmas carol that was written by John Henry Hopkins, Jr., in 1857. At the time of composing the carol, Hopkins served as the rector of Christ Episcopal Church in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, and he wrote the carol for a Christmas pageant in New York City. It remains one of the most popular and most frequently sung Christmas carols today (Wikipedia)
This adorable photo is of our youngest grandchild, Jethro. His mama took the picture and I couldn’t resist sharing. I didn’t make the hat – it was in a hand-me-down container of clothes he received.
Lynn’s One-sie Two-sie Dishcloth/Washcloth
Using an I hook and 100% cotton yarn ( I use a H hook)
SC first row, ch 1, turn
*SC first hole, DC next hole, repeat from *, Ch 1, turn
When just about square, SC last row.
If all goes well, (just love Lynn’s optimistic comments ~ she knows real life I tell ya!) every row except the first and last will begin with a single crochet and end with a double crochet.
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