Rabbi Yafa wearing her tallit.
“Hubbitzin” Harley wearing his tallit.
Big sister Ariel wearing her smile.
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What are the talitot made of, and what sizes do they come in?
Good morning, Please let me know what the Tallit is made of and the size.
I look forward to hearing from you. Also, Who makes them? and how much of the money goes to the person who made the garment?
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Hi Yafa, I have been thinking of you so was glad for the update. I will buy a tallit and will donate it here in santa fe. I am thinking of the parable of the mustard seed. I am glad you are in Vermont. I’ll bet it’s beautiful there.
Love to you all
Ps I don’t understand the icons below
shalom Yafa, oh my, your story is so moving……poignant, powerful…comings and goings of the One….
i came to shefa’s class raising money for your family and your Work, and am interested to learn more about the tallitim (sp?). can the weaving coop can do a tallit that is off-white (rather than blueish white), and can the stripes can earth colors like yellow or orange or coral rather than blue? or like the one reb zalman designed?..also can they be extra long for folks with extra long arms and legs? and i too am interested in what the fiber content is. many thanks, and blessings as you extend your love for your mother to encompass her infinite soul and to samuel, your blessed newbie on this planet. b’ahava, rahmaneh
Yafa asked me to post a response to these questions — The talitot are made of cotton and the size is 30″ by 72″.
We are interested in a traditional Ethiopian tallit — made in accordance with their sacred traditions. Also, congratulations on the newest addition to your family! He truly has royal ancestry. May his life and love bless your family!
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