Tuesday, October 29, 2013


The symbol of the crown tells us that Christ is the King. Paul refers to Jesus in his first letter to Timothy as “the blessed and only Sovereign, the King of kings and Lord of lords” (1 Tim 6:15).

When we see the crown, we are reminded that we are servants of Christ the King. He is above all other kings and authorities and we must be obedient to him first.

There are many symbols of the crown in every church. One just have to look.
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Das Symbol der Krone erzählt uns, daß Christus der König ist. Paulus weist in seinem ersten Brief an Timotheus auf Jesus als "der selige und einzige Herrscher, der König der Könige und Herr der Herren" (1 Tim 6,15).  

Wenn wir die Krone sehen werden wir daran erinnert, dass wir Diener Christi des Königs sind. Er ist über alle anderen Könige und Behörden, und wir müssen zuerst ihm gehorsam sein.

Es gibt viele Symbole der Krone in jeder Kirche. Man muss nur schauen.

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 And here is the PDF "Crown" for you to download.

Please do not sell the patterns or the ornaments. If you give them as gifts, please always include the explanation of the symbol.
I would love to hear from all who are using my patterns. It would be nice to know that my efforts are not in vain. You find my email address on the pattern if you have any question about it. Happy to help.

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Another one in the:
Chrismons in Lace Series.

This is a design by Brigitte Bellon and can be found in the Heartland Lace Guild newsletter Pillow Talk #94

A membership form can be found here.

update 02/02/2015:
Brigitte Bellon is incredible generous and allowed me to share her pattern here with you for your own personal use PDF "Lace Crown"

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For an example of a tatted crown:

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