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Chanukah Tzitzit Keychain-Black Quality Cotton

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Chanukah Tzitzit Keychain-Black Quality Cotton

This keychain designed for Chanukah has eight quality cotton strings plus one blue quality cotton chained echad thread. The keychain has a latch hook closure with the ring about 1” in diameter and the entire keychain length is approximately 8”.

These are tied different from the tzitzit I grew up with and I absolutely love them. They spell out YHVH. I have made thousands of these and make many different color combinations. Each Tzitzit Keychain is made with a blue string as stated in Numbers 15:38.

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Frequently asked questions about DancingWithColor

There are many ways to attach the tzitzit I make, but I will explain the most popular ways of attaching.

1) If you are wearing them on clothing with belt loops, simply pull the loop of the tzitzit through your clothing loop. Then take the bottom of the tzitzit and pull the entire tzitit through the tzitzit loop encasing the clothing loop. Tighten to make snug to hold it in place.

2) Stitch them in place.

3) Use a stable and thick enough thread or yarn and tie them into place.

4) Use small pins (available in the shop in the Perle Cotton Section) and pin them in place.
What I suggest you do is order a set of small loop tzitzit. I can make a custom listing for you if needed. Then add a small cording or small loops or small round buttonholes where you want your tzitzit attached. Then use cording or some adequate durable thread to run through the loop or buttonhole you made and a tzitzit. Double knot, cut off the excess, and secure further by adding a drop of washable fabric glue.

Chanukah Tzitzit Keychain-Black Quality Cotton


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