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Barry had a dream.  When he was eleven years old, he came to Marilyn with his vision of his Bar Mitzvah Tallit.  It had to be blue....and big.  He wants it to be his Chuppah some day.

Barry and his family live near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Marilyn provided Barry's Tzitziyot and Barry studied and tied them himself under the supervision of friends prior to his Bar Mitzvah.  Barry has had this beautiful tallit for several years.  It is used weekly and travels with him every summer to Camp Ramah for daily use.
RIGHT:  JOSEPH'S TECHNICOLOUR DREAMCOAT TALLIT and MATCHING TALLIT BAG.  Beautifully designed DENIM tallit created for a Bat Mitzvah in Hamilton, Ontario Canada who loves bright colours and casual living. 

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" HANDMADE means it comes from the HEART. "
This page was last updated on: October 27, 2015
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RIGHT:  This tallit featuring black, red, silver and gold dupioni silk was created for a Bar Mitzvah Boy in South Central Illinois.  The young man requested this colour scheme.  The tallit bag coordinates with the tallit, and  kippah and may be seen by clicking here.
LEFT:  Barry's Tallitis 44" x 72".  The body is blue crepe back satin (100% silk).  The blue is navy silk jaguard and the white is silk noile.   The gold stripes are a synthetic metallic.  Atarah was embroidered with Barry's Hebrew name, son of his parents' Hebrew names.
LOWER RIGHT:  Teale Blue Green and silver Silk Stripes adorn the fine wool body of this tallit.  This was created for a Bar Mitzvah in Oakville, Ontario.  It is 29" x 80 " approximately.
LEFT:  Coordinating Tallit Bag and Tefillin Bag.  
BELOW   Coordinating kippah 
LEFT:  Lily of the Valley Tallit with embroidered Lillies of the Valley in each corner/pinot plus lillies on atarah/collar.  Available in many different flowers.  Created for a woman in Southwestern Ontario. Contact Marilyn to choose your flower
RIGHT:  Front of Tallit created for a Bar Mitzvah in Detroit.  The Parsha of the week was Vayishev, Joseph's and his Muliticoloured Coat.  The theme of the Bar Mitzvah is based on the design of the Tallit, even a Challah Cover to match.  What a gloriorus "theme" for a Bar Mitzvah!
ABOVE:  Front of tallit with ends "thrown" over shoulders.  Each point of the embroidered Magen Davids is the same shade as one of the stripes.  The Tzitziyot will be provided by and tied by the owner of the tallit.  
ABOVE:  The Tallit as it appears from the rear when the wearer is facing the ark.
ABOVE:  Tallit-front view with sides hanging.  Notice the detail of the embroidered waves on the silver stripes.  Each wave is the same colour as one of the stripes, (and one of the tips of each Magen David)
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Marilyn Levy of Hamilton Ontario. judaic textile artist creates custom kippot, challah covers, tallitot. chuppot,  wimpels, and all other beautiful things to hiddur mitzvah, make the mitzvah more beautiful.  
ABOVE:  Front and rear of a dupioni silk tallit with maroon/burgundy body and beige, bronze and gold dupioni stripes and multicolour Magen Davids coordinating with the tallit colours.  The atarah/collar is embroidered with a Jerusalem scene and a Hebrew verse praising Jerusalem from Proverbs.  This Tallit and coordinating kippah, were designed by Marilyn in cooperation with a Bar Mitzvah Boy from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  
Do you, or your future Bnai mitzvah celebrant, have some definite ideas about their Tallit and/or Tallit set?  Contact Marilyn to create your dream Tallit.  
RENOVATED FROM GRANDMOTHER'S THIRTIES' WEDDING GOWN;
The tallit on the left was created, just in time for High Holidays, 5773, from Grandmother's wedding gown.
The dress had several bias sections, and two of them were used for the ends of the tallit.  
A circle of the lace was cut for the headcovering and edged with the silk organza from the original neckline of the gown.
The Tallit bag was also cut from one of the bias sections.
The original lace and silk organza, which is extremely delicate, was backed with new silk dupioni in an apricot colour that compliments the ecru colour of the original lace and silk organza.  A new life for a treasured heirloom.  Contact us to discuss creating something new from your heirloom.
This Tallit, formally wedding gown, is being worn in a DC suburb by Gramma Rae's granddaughter.

RIGHT;   Birdies on a wire Tallit.  She has a choice of two kippot and a Tallit bag for a Guelph Ontario Bat Mitzvah Girl.  
Rachel asked for the "BIRDS ON A WIRE" design and Marilyn created it, embroidering birds on wires across the tallit.  Several bird designs were used and Rachel chose the bird that she wanted on her kippah and atarah.
The words on her Tallit Atarah were chosen by Rachel, "
The body of the tallit is a silver/grey woven (medium weave) that moves as the wearer's body moves.  The embroidery is a blue grey selected by Rachel.
The card to the RIGHT, was created for her parents to present to her on the occasion of her Bat Mitzvah.