The Prayer Shawl (also apparent Tallit) is really a prayer scarf. It's a rectangle-molded garment with particular fringes generally known as Tzitzit on each one of the 4 corners. The goal of this garments is to fulfill the Tzitzit precept.
Most tallitot (alternative plural: talleisim) use a neckband, called an Atarah, usually embroidered using the tzitzit blessing.
The fringes traditionally included a cord of beautiful blue. Today, owing to lack of definitive knowledge of which Blue, tzitzit are generally all white.
Galilee Silks is surely a leading silk designer which happens to be a professional processor of white silk and expert at hand painting on the fabric to produce an extraordinary collection of special Judaica cloth items.
The workshop is positioned in Kibbutz Beit Haemek within the upper a part of Israel.
Amongst their silk patterns are jackets, jewelry, skirts and bracelets with silk applique, and Judaica products including exclusive Tallitot (prayer shawls), with Halachically valid tzit. This workshop is Israel’s top rated silk developer, dyer, weaver and artisan, using more than 20 specialists.