I'VE STARTED LISTING THESE DIFFERENT STYLES SEPARATELY
TO HANDLE THE VARIOUS REQUESTS, PLEASE SEE MY OTHER
Be sure to indicate COLORS, and any other
special requests when ordering.
IF NO DETAILS ARE GIVEN, DEFAULT IS:
ASHKENAZI WHITE WITH NAVY BLUE
BUY 5 GET 1 FREE!
RAV AMRAM GAON MINHAG
TIE YOUR OWN
THIS IS GOOD STUFF, ALSO MAKES A
GREAT TEACHING TOOL!
Each set that I make consists of 4 individual tassels (1
set of 4 TZITZIT)
The initial loop (for attaching the TZITZIT to a
TALLIT, belt loop, or garment) is about 3" long. This
will accomodate a Tallit hole that is up to 1.5" from the
edge. (see the picture below for
Requests for custom styles and colors can
also be done (I have several variations listed, but if you have a
request, please contact me)
contact me in advance
if you have any
questions about a
(see color guide to the right for ideas)
LESSON on "The TALLIT and TZITZIT" go
(resources page) for your convenience, here
are the links:
The TALLIT and TZITZIT - Lesson (4-Page Version)
The TALLIT and TZITZIT - Bible (Verses with pics for
IDEAS: Not only are TZITZIT worn on the
four corners of a garment, but some people give these as
gifts, hang them on the
wall, attach them to their
car miror, place one on a
key ring, attach one to a ring with business card-sized
memory verses, use as a Bible
bookmark, hang them in the
office, on the
desk, worn on a
belt loop, on and on the examples go.
TZITZIT is desinged to be
seen, and when
seen, it reminds us to do the commandments of G-d.
Your set will be hand made only from
100% mercerized cotton
Payment is due immediately,
however if you plan to buy other items, you may combine them into
one invoice for one payment. Please do not abuse
Thanks for looking! Shalom & Happy Bidding!
For free resources or more information on future Holy
Land trips, see:
Numbers 15:37-41, Deuteronomy 22:12, G-d
(YHVH) commanded Moses for the Children of Israel to put
“fringes” on the four corners of their garments.
The Hebrew words are
Numbers 15:37-41 (which has a numerical value of
Deuteronomy 22:12. Ashkenazi, Sephardic
and Chassidic tassels have 5 knots and 8 chords which equals
13 (600+13=613). 613 is the number of
MITZVOT (commandments) found in the
TORAH (the first 5 books of the
TANAK - Hebrew Bible). Karaite and Two-House
tassels have 12 strings and are made into "chains" or
Chassidic styles, the long
chord is called the
(servant) which wraps around all of the other strings.
The number of
shamash spirals between the knots is also
interesting. Various Traditions signify one of the Names of
G-d (YHVH) differently.
I have had some questions on attaching TZITZIT to a
TALLIT or Belt Loop.
Here is a graphic to illustrate (click to enlarge):
Due to so many request for custom colors,
I've finally got examples of each color in each size: