My Tallitot are handwoven in linen combined with either silk, cotton or tencel.
Size: approximately 24” x 90” includes 7” of fringe on each end.
Price range: $900 - $1,200 with atarah band, $750 - $1,050 without handwoven atarah band
$1,200 price is for a warp painted (hand-dyed) tallit. (pictures 1,2,3)
$900 price is for a tallit with commercially dyed warp. (picture 4)
See the following listings for tallit currently available:
Custom order step by step:
1) Send me a ‘convo’ to start the design process. I can vary the colors, the size, or the fiber choices.
2) Once we have agreed on the design: style, colors, size, fibers and final price; you will purchase this listing to make a down payment of $250.
3) Once this payment is received, I will begin work on your tallit.
4) You will be notified when your order is completed. A reserved listing will be posted for you to pay the balance due.
5) Your tallit will be shipped after final payment is received.
Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery after confirmation and approval of design.
See policy page for full details.
Tzitzit: I am happy to tie them for you, or send you pre-cut threads and directions so you can do this mitzvah yourself.
For those interested in the laws regarding tallit, to the best of my knowledge, the only restriction is to not mix linen and wool.
Sold separately, hand woven atarah bands are available in tencel, bamboo rayon or cotton.
Custom texts and colors available. Price: $150 https://www.etsy.com/listing/100141709
Inspired by weaving the bimah cloth for the Women’s Torah Project, I am now weaving tallitot. This brings together my two biggest passions--anything fiber related and spirituality. My way of pursuing tikkun olam is to make beautiful objects for people that support their spiritual practice. I weave each tallit with the intention that it is for somebody. I think about each potential buyer and ask what they would want and let that help guide my decisions. I belong to a Reconstructionist Jewish Community, and I do not work on Jewish ritual objects on Shabbat.