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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 47 - September 12, 2012

Chabad of Jupiter in Florida created a Shofar Factory for kids and families to make ram’s horns shofars to take home for the upcoming Jewish New Year holidays, which begins at sundown on Sept. 16.  At the event, students made, drilled, carved and sanded and tested their horns. The Habayit Hayehudi ended up with more [...]

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How to Make Your Own Tallit

How to Make Your Own Tallit

A tallit is a shawl worn during prayer. Construction of a tallit is very easy and requires only minimal sewing. A tallit is traditionally made of wool or silk. There are no rules in choosing the right fabric for tallit. Make sure though that your tallit is not made of fabric combining wool and linen [...]

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Eretz Tallit – Are Fashionable Tallit Kosher?

Eretz Tallit are tallitot created by Efrat Schwartz, an artist and designer. He founded his company Eretz in 1992 and has been producing Judaica products that lend a fashionable edge to its more traditional counterparts. Based in Israel, one of the company’s hottest products has been its line of contemporary tallit sets he designs for [...]

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Wool Tallit – How to Make Your Own Tallit

Tallit are an important part of Jewish rituals. Although the tallit itself has no religious significance, the tzitzit attached to them fulfills God’s commandment to wear tassels on the four corners of your clothing. The tzitzit represent the 613 commandments Jews are expected to obey and serve as a reminder of your commitment to keeping [...]

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Blue Tallit – The Significance of the Blue Threads

In order for tallitot to considered Kosher, they must be made to strict specifications. It cannot be made of a mix of wool and linen. It should be created out of one type of fabric, for example all wool or all cotton. It must have four corners from which to hang the tzitzit and it [...]

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Bar Mitzvah Tallit – The First Tallit

A bar mitzvah is a momentous occasion in a boy’s life marking the passage from childhood into adulthood. At age 13, a boy becomes responsible for his actions and is expected to keep the commandments of the Jewish faith. The term Bar Mitzvah is often mistakenly used to describe the ceremony and celebration surrounding the [...]

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Green & Pink Floral Tallit Clips - Silverplate

by Designer Quest These exquisite tallit clips are miniature works of wearable art. The pink and green color makes a perfect combination for a Bat Mitzvah girl. Inspired by the beauty of nature; reminiscent of the richness of Jewish tradition and art, this modern day treasure will grace your home for years to come. Cast [...]

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