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Talit and Tefillin bags – what is essential to know before buying a Talit & Tefillin bag

From types of fabrics to color matching – what should you focus on when shopping for Talit and Tefillin bags?

Talit and Tefillin bags are essential in order to keep the prayer shawl and tefillin in good condition for years. Therefore, it is recommended to invest in high-quality Talit and Tefillin bags. 

The quality of the bags is measured by several parameters: the type of fabric, the quality of the embroidery and the finishing level of the sewing.

The fabrics

The fabrics we recommend for tallit and tefillin bags are more sturdy and long lasting, such as velvet, impala, linen, leather, and other types of woven and slightly stiff fabrics. Most of Talit and Tefilin bags are made from one type of fabric, which usually is a part of the overall design, but there are also cases in which different types of fabrics are combined in order to create a unique and exciting design.

Your personal taste is important.

Apart from the quality of the bags, there are additional parameters that you should consider when buying the bag. Because the bag is intended for a long-term use, it should match the personal taste of its owner, so choose something you think you’ll appreciate even years from now.

Matching  bags

When buying a Talit and Tefillin bag, it is preferable to choose a matching set of two bags, one for Talit and the other for tefillin, designed in the same style. That way, both bags will complement each other.

Buy online versus shopping in a store

The last emphasis is related to where you purchase the bags. Not everywhere can you find a Judaica store available, and even if you have one nearby, not always there is time or patience to go all the way to the store for a purchase. Therefore, you should find a good online store that offers an online shopping option. That way, you can check out the variety of products available and order a Talit and Tefillin bags at your convenience. That said, some people will still prefer the good old fashioned way of going to a store, touching and seeing the bags before making a purchase. It is really up to you.