A pair of tallisim, woven from a green and blue warp. They are both made from sumptuously smooth hand-dyed linen, giving a crisp, airy, summery drape. I took a minimalist approach to mapping out the corners and atarah here, by tracing them out with a barely-there grid of thickened lines. These pieces measure 60" × 38" with fringe.
Tallis 29a, pictured here, has natural flax weft, so it almost glows when the light hits it. It is available on a sliding scale of $260–400, depending on how much you are able to pay, with fringe and tzitzit tied according to your preferences. Please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The second tallis includes darker blue weft that becomes green over the atarah. The brighter grid lines stand out shiningly. Two rows of staggered knots on the fringe. Commissioned by Liv.