Will you just look at that gorgeous tefillin bag! It is simply delicious to behold. Judges at the Maryland State Fair agree and awarded the tefillin bag a place of honor in the Home Crafts exhibit. Needless to say, the design behind this work of art is none other than Pepita’s Tefillin Pinwheel with some color customization […]
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Brand New Finished Judaica Needlepoint Projects
Hamsa Chai is our Latest Stitched Hamsa
Hamsa, otherwise known as a hand amulet for good luck, is a luck symbol in many religions. This Judaica piece has the word “Chai,” which means life in Hebrew, stitched in the center. The rope/stem stitch gives the border a 3D effect. Buy the canvas or the kit at judaicaneedlepoint.com. This stitched sample is not for […]
More on Stained Glass Designs
The stitching is perfect on this classic stained glass design. This customer wanted shades of blues, greens, and yellows. All “girlie” colors were omitted. This tallit bag was built out, or finished with a velvet border to enlarge the tallit bag. The background was stitched with DMC #939 dark navy, so the stained glass colors […]
Tefillin Stained Glass with the Star of David
Shmuel S. is celebrating his bar mitzvah this year. He loved the tefillin stained glass design, but we needed to incorporate his long name into the design. His dad used his prior experience as a graphic/marketing designer and came up with this brilliant concept. Shmuel’s grandmother then stitched the tefillin bag. Mazal Tov to Shmuel!
Camel Tartan Plaid Tefillin and Tallit Bags
Thanks to our talented customer, Erica B., we have this gorgeous tefillin bag stitched in a camel tartan plaid. I admire the preciseness of her stitching. The results are rich and classy. This design is available in tallit, tefillin & yarmulka canvases. Gavriel Chanan (that’s the name stitched in Hebrew) is one lucky boy!
Siddur Ceremony Season
It is Siddur Ceremony season. Some know it as Kabbalat Ha’Siddur. It is the culmination of a year’s work of learning and studying the Hebrew language. Youngsters start in first grade by learning how to read Hebrew letters and vowels, and by the end of the school year, they are ready to use a Siddur, a Jewish […]
Save Time When Stitching a Challah Cover
I love stitching challah cover needlepoint kits. They are big canvases with plenty of room for creativity. But for some customers, stitching a project of this magnitude can be daunting. Creating a large challah cover doesn’t need to take so long. Try stitching just the center of a challah cover and have the finisher do […]