Laurie Kimmelstiel has been fascinated by all kinds of fiber craft since she was a teenager. She took her first weaving course in NYC after graduate school and was “hooked.” She then decided to combine her love of Jewish life and culture with her love of weaving and made her first tallit for her husband. Laurie is…[Read More »]
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Sarah Resnick’s tallits are made with love from start to finish. First, her design inspiration comes from the Israeli poet Yehuda Amicha.
Next, women spinners and weavers from a rural Indian Village make the tallit fabric. Then it’s all sewn together in Cape Cod by a women’s cooperative that is dedicated to bringing high-quality manufacturing jobs to Massachusetts. Sarah puts the finishing touches on the tallit by tying the tzitzit before shipping it out to its lucky owner.