Facts, Traditions and History About Prayer Shawl, Tallit, Tallits, and Prayer Shawls

Facts, Traditions and History About Prayer Shawl, Tallit, Tallits, and Prayer Shawls

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Different traditions of tying tzitzit:  Jewish Ritual Macrame. (These all have techelet blue thread)

Different traditions of tying tzitzit: Jewish Ritual Macrame. (These all have techelet blue thread)

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Traditional symbols- The tallit, as shown above, is a Jewish prayer shawl, worn during morning prayers and all prayers on Yom Kippur.

Traditional symbols- The tallit, as shown above, is a Jewish prayer shawl, worn during morning prayers and all prayers on Yom Kippur.

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The hem of Yeshua’s garment likely refers to the tzitzit now commonly found on the tallit (prayer shawl).

The hem of Yeshua’s garment likely refers to the tzitzit now commonly found on the tallit (prayer shawl).

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Are you making a tallit? As promised, here is a pattern for an atarah (neck piece) and corner pieces. Earlier, we posted instructions for making a tallit that used a purchased atarah. Now, with thi…

Are you making a tallit? As promised, here is a pattern for an atarah (neck piece) and corner pieces. Earlier, we posted instructions for making a tallit that used a purchased atarah. Now, with thi…

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silk tallit [pronounced tah-leet, emphasizing 2nd syllable] or prayer shawl  Tallit is the modern / Sephardic Hebrew and Ladino pronunciation. Its plural form is  tallitot [pronounced tah-lee-tote, with emphasis on final syllable]. In Ashkenazic (Eastern European) Hebrew and Yiddish the same item is called a tallis [pronounced tah-liss, emphasizing the first syllable]. Its plural form is talleisim [pronounced tah-lay-seem, emphasizing the 2nd syllable].

silk tallit [pronounced tah-leet, emphasizing 2nd syllable] or prayer shawl Tallit is the modern / Sephardic Hebrew and Ladino pronunciation. Its plural form is tallitot [pronounced tah-lee-tote, with emphasis on final syllable]. In Ashkenazic (Eastern European) Hebrew and Yiddish the same item is called a tallis [pronounced tah-liss, emphasizing the first syllable]. Its plural form is talleisim [pronounced tah-lay-seem, emphasizing the 2nd syllable].

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Amazon.com: “Secrets of Magen David” Silk Tallit: Handmade

Amazon.com: “Secrets of Magen David” Silk Tallit: Handmade

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