White Linen Prayer Shawl – Men (Customize)
SET-APART TO YAH – PURE LINEN GARMENT
100% Linen, Sewing using 100% linen thread, 100% linen ribbon on the extremities (kanaph), 100% linen tied fringes (knotted Tzitzits)
Linen Prayer Shawl – Men
with violet (Tekayleth) ribbon & Knotted Tzitzits (Tied Fringes)
Rectangular shape with fringes on 2 ends. Keeps the torah law in Numbers 15:37-40. Traditional uses during prayers or to keep warm as a shawl.
TAKING FROM WIKI:
The Bible does not command wearing of a unique prayer shawl or tallit. Instead, it presumes that people wore a garment of some type to cover themselves and instructs them to add fringes (tzitzit) to the extremeties of the garment (Numbers 15:38, Deuteronomy 22:12). These passages do not specify tying particular types or numbers of knots in the fringes. Nor do they specify a gender division between men and women, or between native Israelite/Hebrew people and those assimilated by them. The exact customs regarding the tying of the tzitzit and the format of the tallit are of post-biblical, rabbinic origin and can vary between various Jewish communities.
Encyclopaedia Judaica describes the prayer shawl as “a rectangular mantle that looked like a blanket and was worn by men in ancient times”.
Choose from the list of options
18″ x 72″
24″ x 72″
44″ x 64″
48″ x 68″
52″ x 72″
56″ x 76″ (more like a blanket)
60″ x 80″ (more like a blanket)