More women than ever before embrace the mitzvah of wearing Tallit. While this is a deeply personal decision, many people we have spoken with about this agreed that they decided to do so in order to feel closer to God and our beautiful faith.
Today, we would like to put the Spotlight on Tallit Designers who specialise in creating Tallitot for women, or have started adding female Tallitot to their existing collections.
We love how many beautiful designs are available for women today and hope that you will find a design you love!
© Sharona Lomberg
Sharona Lomberg of Pardes Designs™ specialises in hand-made silk Tallitot that are a sheer delight.
Amy Rosen Art
© Amy Rosen
Amy Rosen of Amy Rosen Art is a Silk Artist specialising in hand-painted silk challah covers, Tallitot, and other Judaica items.
Not My Brother’s Kippah
© Not My Brother’s Kippah
Barbara Thiede of Not My Brother’s Kippah creates stunning hand-made Tallitot and Kippot.
Handmade By Chana
© Handmade By Chana
Chana Me’ira of Handmade By Chana designs stunning feminine Tallitot.
Maly Silk Creations
© Maly Silk Creations
Maly Cohen of Maly Silk Creations creates beautiful Tallitot and other Judaica items for the modern Jewish home.
Color Vibe Designs
© Color Vibe Designs
Sharon Gellerman of Color Vibe Designs specialises in magnificent Tallitot for women and marbled silk scarves.
© Creatively Pam
Pamela Tatar of Creatively Pam designs and creates a variety of Judaica items and Tallitot you will enjoy.
© Edna Silk
Edna Ron’s of Edna Silk specialises in hand-painted Silk Judaica and modern home décor.
© Adar’s Judaica
Adar Steinitz of Adar’s Judaica specialises in lovely handmade Tallitot and Kippot.
Hadar Judaica Fabric Art
© Hadar Judaica Fabric Art
Chana Shor of Hadar Judaica Fabric Art creates beautiful Tallitot and Kippot.
© Galilee Silks
Galilee Silks is one of the most beloved silk brands from Israel, specialising in silk scarves and Tallitot.
Enjoyed the stunning Tallitot above and want to learn more about the topic from a designer’s perspective? We have something very special planned for you for December! We are thrilled to announce that Tallit Expert Sharona Lomberg is going to write a series of guest posts about this very interesting topic! We have interviewed her already earlier this year. You can find it here.
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