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The Thread that Connects Us.

Contemporary Tallit designs that connect your roots to the present time.

Each of us is part of a long thread of history and events that shaped us as people. We are continuously weaving and creating and shaping the length and strength of this thread for the generation to come. 


We, like the Tzizit* and its strands are individuals. Each one of us isn’t exactly like the others, however there is always a greater similarity that binds and strengthens us together at every stage of our history so we can continue our story as one people. And like the Tzizit we are spread all over the world yet are part of greater piece, the Tallit. 

*Tzizit- the fringes on each corner of the Tallit.

The Thread That Connects Us

39 NAMES

Tallit including the 39 names of the books of the Bible.     

Each Tzizit (the fringes on each corner of the Tallit) includes 39 windings.

This Tallit represents the past. You, the wearer, represent the present and  the future of our people.

39 NAMES

Tallit including the 39 names of the books of the Bible.     

Each Tzizit (the fringes on each corner of the Tallit) includes 39 windings.

This Tallit represents the past. You, the wearer, represent the present and  the future of our people.

613 MITZVOT

Tallit featuring the combined total of 613 commandments combined is your guidance to living your life with values and dignity.

54 PORTIONS

Every week another Parsha is read and the full cycle is read over the course of one year.  The names of the Parashot are written in Hebrew.

You are the strong link that will strengthen the chain and secure it’s continuity into the future.

54 PORTIONS

Every week another Parsha portion is read and the full cycle is read over the course of one year.  The names of the Parashot are written in Hebrew.

You are the strong link that will strengthen the chain and secure it’s continuity into the future.

FRINGES OF LIFE

This design is symbolic of the threads on the four corners of the Tallit. It is called Tzizit.

Each is knotted in a specific way. It is these fringes that transform the shawl from a mere garment into a Tallit.

               

THE THREAD THAT CONNECTS US

Contemporary Tallit designs that connect your roots to the present time.

Designed by Israeli, Yemenite artist and designer living in Hawaii.

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