Colorful Stone Stripe
Tallitot, Kippot and Textile Judaica by Linda Salvay
Colorful Stone Stripe
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Matza and Afikoman covers
Left: Dupioni silk, with embroidered inscription, “Ha lachma anya di achalu avhatana” (This is the bread of affliction that our ancestors ate...)
Right: Polished cotton with satin appliqué and embroidered inscription, “Matzot shel Pesach.”
Fabric mezuzot / wallhangings (intended for indoor use). Each has a compartment for a klaf (parchment) in a sealed glass tube.
Left: Assorted fabrics, embroidered Hebrew inscription reads, “And you shall write them upon the doorposts of your house, and upon your gates.”
Right: Silk mezuzah, bearing the word, “Shaddai” (Almighty).
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Artistic interpretations enhance the challah covers in assorted fabrics above, each bearing the Hebrew inscription “Shabbat Shalom” (Sabbath peace). Below, challah cover’s gold metallic embroidery says “Lichvod Shabbat v’Yom Tov” (in honor of Sabbath and holidays).
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