This is how a Tallit is manufactured

Full control of the process A to Z

We are very proud of our manufacturing process and the fact that it is all done under one roof and in full control of all the steps, while keeping strict quality controls both throughout the manufacturing process and at its end. In this process, it is possible to guaranty strict observance of the reputation and quality known around the world for over 100 years

The thread

We purchase pure Australian wool yarn from premium producers abroad. Each producer is going through a due diligence process of an experienced tester sent from Israel that examines all the stages of the yarn production and the quality control at the source. The raw material is going through yet another quality control testing once it arrives to Israel.

Warpping (the warp production)

The Tallit is woven from threads arranged in warp and weft: the warp (the length threads) forms the base and the weft threads are woven to create the patterns and the width stripes. The warping process transforms the raw yarn threads into a sequence of thousands of high density threads which are then used as warp and inserted into the weaving machine.

The weaving

Inside the weaving machine, the weft threads (the width threads) are woven into the warp and together they form the tallit. In this process, the different texture designs are formed and the colored width stripes are integrated in a large array of designs: strip less prayer shawls in a variety of textures and in different shades of white and cream, and prayer shawls with width stripes in a rich variety of designs. The most common strips colors are black and white and all shades of light and dark blue. In recent years, there is an increasingly higher demand for color prayer shawls.

Textile finishing process

The textile finishing process is a line of processing steps the product undergoes after the production stage. The goal of these steps is to provide the material with the final look. These steps include laundering, bleaching and drying and finally, a 24 hour long fixation process, where the Tallit acquires the typical touch and sensation of the fabric. This is multi step process requiring time and patience, which guaranties quality for years to come.


The sawing of the elaborate corona and corners of the tallit where loops are embedded for knotting tzitzit, and knotting fringes.

Imposing the fringes

The process of knotting the tzitzit is done by G-d-fearing Jews who do it to make the mitzvah of tzitzit. Many of them work with us for decades, faithfully and conscientiously, and are part of the family. We carry different knotting styles depending on the requirements of each ethnic congregation, and use tzitzit with adorned kosher certificate. We also supply fringes free tzitzit for customers who wish to perform this mitzvah themselves, or to impose hand woven fringes with adorned kosher certificate.

Our design department

Our design department constantly renews the variety of the designs and models, some of which are a product of demand by our clients, while we initiate others. Due to the use of advanced computer system, we are now capable of designing any specific design according to the client’s demand, and supplying the final product in very timely production mode.