Last night, I received an email followed closely by a phone call from Chana (Anita) who has been hand-weaving a custom tallit for Kelly. You may recall a few of the updates I have posted besides the original article about meeting this very dear gifted lady.
Well, the pics of this beautifully crafted piece are well worth sharing!! Several have come earlier, but last night’s detail of the eyelets for the tallit are special! Enjoy!
It appears she has tied off the fringes, so the next step, as I understand it, is to wash and work it a little which will tighten up the weave and make it look like cloth versus a screen. Then, she will throw a few stitches in it to shape it so that Kelly can wear it without having it fall off of her very small frame.
We are very excited about this work of art! For those interested in a hand woven article of any type, from challah covers and pot holders to full dresses and shirts as well as tallitot and all types of Judaica, please contact Chana. Her email address is in a previous post. 😉
Ms. Anita sent me a few more pics of the progress on Kelly’s handwoven non-traditional tallit. I spoke with Anita last night, and we shared a few thoughts from the Torah portion. My questions to Anita had to do with all of the woven garments the High Priest and priests wore. One point I specifically remembering her making is how incredibly difficult it is to scour the linen to remove the tannic acid. Continue reading “Update on Kelly’s tallit…”
One cool aspect of REVIVE2014 was the Marketplace, open Friday and Sunday between sessions.
I just thought I’d give a quick list and a few thoughts with a post dedicated to one specific vendor..
I’m sure I’ll miss some, but here are the ones I can remember with a few thoughts on each…
Messianic Covenant Community had a large map and push pin board for connecting fellowships and people. Besides purchasing a terrific book titled Hebrew Word Pictures, by Dr. Frank T. Seekins, I added a pin for our fellowship. Their website has a state by state breakdown of fellowships that they are aware of and feel comfortable promoting.
Wisdom In Torah Ministries was there with Rico Cortes occasionally at the table, though he seemed pulled a 100 different directions. His family as well as Ryan White were the primary faces. They had tons of dvd and cd offerings.
WildBranch Ministry was manned by Brad Scott and Co. They, too, had a pile of dvds and cd teachings. I failed to pick up a copy of his new, very reasonably priced Basar Echad. I think he sold out first day!! Continue reading “REVIVE2014. Vendors.”