Prayer Shawl for Sale – Prayer Supplies

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Tzitzit – Tzitzis

 Prayer Shawls for sale for men and women.

The Torah (Bible) commands us to wear a four corner garment requiring tzitzit fringes to remind us of our duty and G-d’s presence and guard us from many distractions especially those of the eyes. Buy your prayer Shawl at the official Prayer Shawl Warehouse here. We are a specialist store to carry the full array of Kosher prayer garments made in Israel and delivered to your door with a price, quality and selection guarantee.

Choosing Prayer Shawl Size

The most common sized shawl is 18 x 72″ and it’s also the smallest prayer shawl size for adults. 18″ is the size from the neck going down the back. 72″ is the length from arm to arm and usually drapes over the front of the chest. Increase your prayer shawl size to 24″ for only a minimal cost or 36″ and it begins to reach two thirds down your back.  A fully body prayer shawl is approx 50″ and up and can be flipped over your shoulders and drape down your back.What Material to choose ?

Prayer Shawl Materials

Prayer shawls come in a variety of materials.  Wool is the classic material worn by orthodox Jews and often striped in white , blue or black stripes.  For women wool, silk and organza are popular choices. All materials are kosher for a tallit. You’ll find the classic material is wool and yet viscose and acrylic are now a new and preferred material that acts as wool keeps whiter looks and feels the same and often at a price vantage. For a more feminine look silk and organza materials are used. Silk in particular is a unisex material and often used as panels on a viscose or wool background. Organza is a lightweight see through material that often blends and fits in nicely to accentuate the clothing worn underneath. In all cases, what remains true is that it is always a four cornered garment with kosher certified tzizit tied in Israel.