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
I bought the 613 Mitzvot shawl for my good friend. She was beyond excited when she received the package. So beautifully wrapped in a stylish black box. She said she felt so special! It even came with a blessing letter. My friend absolutely fell in love with her Tallit- she can't wait to wear it.
She's too shy to write this, so I am for her. I know when she wears it, she won't be shy anymore- people will be asking her where she got it.
It is a great gift to give. I think the quality is wonderful too. I am sure I will be buying more of these.
I would like to recommend the prayer shawls designed by the Pardes Designs. The prayer shawls can be an exciting gift for a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, a groom at his wedding. Tallit cloth is comfortable and good for touching and tying of the tassels is according to Halacha. Anything left is to choose one and be the first to be envied in the community or in the synagogue and can always say I purchased a talisman by artist Sharona from Pardes Designs, from which I give 5 stars.
After 8 hours in the hospital, yesterday imagine my delight on returning home to find the beautiful Tallit. What a geshank. Just stunning. And the protective cover is smashing as well. I didn't even know about it. Just super. And your written words are very meaningful to me.