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Myles's Traditional Tallit

Myles's Traditional Tallit

Myles wanted a traditional looking tallit, using the colors of the New York Rangers.

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Sara's Ivory Tallit

Sara's Ivory Tallit

Sara wanted an ivory colored tallit with rose and metallic gold adornments.

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Reese's Purple Velvet Tallit

Reese's Purple Velvet Tallit

Reese chose a burnt silk velvet fabric in a deep purple for her tallit.

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Seth's Tallit

Seth's Tallit

Seth's tallit was created from a burgundy-ish dupioni silk that fringed black.

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Anna's Flowering Tree of Life Tallit

Anna's Flowering Tree of Life Tallit

Anna's Flowering Tree of Life Tallit is exquisite. She chose a natural/cream/beige woven silk fabric with lots of character for the body of her gorgeous tallit.

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Rebekah's Tallit

Rebekah's Tallit

Rebekah loves ombre fabrics and really liked this blue ombre sheer crepe. All we needed to do was to personalize her atarah and corners.

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Sarah's Irish Tallit

Sarah's Irish Tallit

Sarah's words: I knew the moment I converted to Judaism 9 years ago, I wanted to commission a tallit to be made that represented my family's heritage. The tallit is made with my grandmother's O'Bryan tartan. Two of the corners are adorned with the Star of David and the Hebrew Chai. The other two corners are adorned with a Tudor rose flower to represent England-the country my grandmother is from. Those two corners have the Hebrew word hineni.

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Alex's Racing Tallit

Alex's Racing Tallit

Alex loves racing, and liked the look of Justin's red tallit with a black and white checkerboard.

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Sasha's Tallit

Sasha's Tallit

Sasha had something in mind for her tallit that was very different from any I had done before. She had lots of quotes that she loved and thoughts that she wanted to express, on the front of her tallit. It was all bordered by a large star of David, half on each side.

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Maxwell S.'s Tallit

Maxwell S.'s Tallit

Max and his grandparents spent an afternoon here, designing his stunning tallit. He wanted a deep teal dupioni silk for the body, and then designed a scene with a sun setting on a beautiful sky, with golden mountains and palm trees. He chose deep jewel colors. His atarah and corners were white on the deep red, embroidered with metallic gold thread. His middle name being Leo, called for the lion, and as he was born on the 6th night of Chanukah, chose to have a chanukiah with 6 candles on another corner.

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