Under Construction/ Pret a Porter.......Shorter delivery time
Many of these items are under construction and may be completed to your specifications in a relatively short period of time.  Please contact theTALLITmaaven for more information.
Underwater scene is a watercolour pieced quilttop which will become a quilt, wallhanging or chuppah.  How would you like to see it finished?  For yourself?  For a wedding gift?  For a new home gift?  
All designs shown are the property of the artist and may NOT be reproduced without permission
" HANDMADE" means it comes from the HEART"
This page was last updated on: October 27, 2015
Marilyn Levy, a custom textile artist from Hamilton, Ontario Canada, is known as the TALLITmaaven.  She creates hand made Tallitot/ Tallis/ Talis/ Talesim/ talis katan and talit gadol.  She creates coordinating Tallit bags, Tefillin bags, shofar bags and kippot/ kipas/ keepahs/ yarmulkes to complete the TALLIT/ talis set..  
The TALLITmaaven's challah covers are treasured by their recipients for their personalization (matching decor, fine china, user's personalities, matching theme for weddings or B'nai mitzvot.).  The TALLITmaaven prides herself in creating beautiful items that will be cherished for generations to come.
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ABOVE:  KIPPAH celebrating Canada.  Other fabrics available according to your preferences and needs.
The TALLITmaaven presents
A collection available within 30 days

ABOVE:  Kippah celebrating the beautiful glissening autumn leaves, embroidered on black silk.  This kippah will be completed to your specifications.  The lining will be personalized by embroidering the name of the recipient.  What a phenomenal piece of wearable art!!
ABOVE:  WHITE KIPPAH embroidered with a Jerusalem scene all around with gold accents.  This kippah can be shipped tomorrow.  (excluding Shabbat and Holydays).
ABOVE:  Bumble bee buzzing above flower he is pollinating on a beehive-patterned cotton.  This unfinished kippah will be completed and personalized within 14 days (excluding Shabbat and Holydays).