A talllit is a rectangular garment
with its four corners threaded and tied with tassels called tzittzit. Jewish faithful wear the tallit during prayer in the synagogue every morning. Mishkan T’chelet also makes the special prayer shawl called tallit katan that is worn regularly and daily to fulfill the mitzvah of tzitzit every waking minute.
The tallit is traditionally made of pure lambswool, because, according to the Shulchan Aruch, only wool or linen garments require fringes according to the Torah. The Chachamim impose attaching tzitzit clothes made of other natural fibres as a consequence of Torah Law. According to some opinions, only rabbinic decree stretches the requirement for tzitzit to synthetic fibres, however, tallitot have long been woven from acrylic and silk threads and all authorities allow/demand that they be festooned with tzitzit.
Please note: when adding special futures to the tallit, customization is made, custom products are created just for you therefore we cannot accept returns or refund.