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Linen Boy’s Tunic with Tzitzit Fringes – Long Sleeve

$69.00$77.25

Yalad’s Kathanath (boy’s tunic) is a long sleeve tunic with Tzitzit Fringes and ribbon included

This tunic is a “mini version” of the Ahyash Kathanath (men’s tunic). Great option for father and son to match at a gather or feast day.

OPTIONS:

  • COLORS: Black, White, Natural, Gold, Navy, Ginger, Blue Bayou, Olive, Violet, Royal Blue
  • TZITZIT COLOR: see options
  • SIZE: 3 – 12 in children sizes

Bigger boy’s see Men’s Tunic and just order an Extra Small, Shorter length

Standard length is giving because parents do not usually take time to properly measure children. If “standard ” does not work because your child is too short, or tall just let me know the measurements for a Custom fit in the customer note section at check out.

CUSTOM FIT

  • Base of neck to mid thigh
  • Center of back to wrist (any side)
  • Follow size recommendation for chest in description

 

 

Clear
  • How tall are you? Let us know and view our suggested length for this garment or simply measure from the base of your neck to your desired length
  • Strong's Concordance (6737) Tzitzit = Lock, Tassel. Numbers 15:38 "Speak unto the children of Israel, and bid them that they make them fringes (Tzitzit means Lock=knotted Tassels or Bullion Fringes) in the borders of their garments throughout their generations," We recommend Tzitzits to be worn throughout the corners & hem of the garment as Ancient Israelites wore them, not only in the corners as the Jew-"Wish" people wear them. Fringes must be a locked or "tzitzit" (tied, or twisted lock). I will not offer regular unknotted fringes. I also have removed gold polyester fringes as it is a false practices many not knowing do, forgetting it is mixing fabrics per Deut. 22:11, which is forbidding. To keep Set-apart to Yah Apparel actually Set-apart I must stand firm and not conform to false ways.
  • Where is the Blue Ribbon Option? In Numbers 15:38, the Hebrew word "Tekayleth" was translated in the KJV to mean blue, however, the "Tekayleth" means violet in Hebrew, not blue and even the concordance agrees. Why did the KJV use blue? The KJV is an Old English Translation of Hebrew Words. At the time of translation, blue was used to describe violet as violet contained more blue than red, it was only logical. However, this is corrected in the concordance which even describes this "blue" shade to actually be violet. There is an abundant of Historical evidence too! Set-apart to Yah Apparel can not and will not offer the wrong color. Choose none and add your own blue ribbon if you are still not convinced.
  • Color Options are NOT for multiple colored embroideries.
  • Color Options are NOT for multiple colored embroideries.
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Description

Linen Boy’s Tunic with Tzitzit Fringes – Long Sleeve

 

This garment is handmade, made to order.

“instock” on this website just means its available to be made.

FABRIC TYPE
Linen
100% Linen, Sewn using Linen thread.

Optional

Linen Fringes & Linen Borders

 

USA Children Sizes Standards
Chest (inches)
Size 3
Chest- 22 inches
Waist 20 1/2
Size 4
Chest 23
Waist 21
Hips 24
Size 5
Chest 24
Waist 21 1/2
Hips 25
Size 6
Chest 25
Waist 22
Hips 26
Size 7
Chest 26
Waist 23
Hips 27
Size 8
Chest 27
Waist 23 1/2
Hips 28
Junior Size
Chest 28-31
Waist 25-27
Hips 30-31
See Men’s Tunic for Larger Sizes
**Customize the Length of Caftan and Sleeve Length to make it fit larger Boys.

Custom Fit

Sleeve Measurments

See video how to measure sleeves

http://hebrewgarments.com/measurements/learn-how-to-take-your-measurements/

Additional information

Weight N/A
Fabric Type

100% Linen

Mens Linen Colors

Blue Bayou, Ginger, Gold, Olive, Royal Blue, Royal Violet, Black, Natural, Navy

Children Sizes

3 (chest 22"), 4 (chest 23"), 5 (chest 24), 6 (chest 25), 7 (chest 26), 8 (chest 27"), Junior (chest 28-31")

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