Kit- Vintage Look Days of the Week Towels – Shabbat – Hebrew

$20.00

Chore towels or Days of the Week Towels

On the seventh day (Saturday), Shabbat (day of rest) we have a woman lighting the Shabbat candles, with all of the other ritual items for dinner, at the beginning of the Shabbat. Since our days start at sundown (when there are 3 stars out) our Shabbat starts at sundown on Friday night and ends at sundown on Saturday night. One can do no work during that time so we need to plan and prepare.

Yom Shabbat Day of Rest

Yom Shabbat
Day of Rest

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Description

Surface embroidery vintage look for the 7 days of the week patterns for Chore towels, quilts, wall hanging, shopping bags or aprons.
Create with hand embroidery, charming vintage-style designs of Old World Eastern European Jewish women. These designs are printed on a dis-solvable paper product and you embroider them for your home on 100% cotton kitchen towels. You could embroider them on 100% linen as well. They are sure to add a touch of Judaic haimish charm to your kitchen. The 7 days of the week dish towels, are done in Blue-work. They were inspired by the Chabad Jewish Women’s Circle and what Jewish women do each week to prepare for the coming Shabbat.
In the Torah, The days of the week are called the first day, second day etc. or day one, day two etc. They are not named like the Georgian calendar. Only the 7th day has a name and it means “rest” in Hebrew, Shabbat is the transliteration of the word.
The towels come in Hebrew writing for the days of the week but you can order all of the days in English or Hebrew transliteration patterns.

Chore towels or Days of the Week Towels

On the seventh day (Saturday), Shabbat (day of rest) we have a woman lighting the Shabbat candles, with all of the other ritual items for dinner, at the beginning of the Shabbat. Since our days start at sundown (when there are 3 stars out) our Shabbat starts at sundown on Friday night and ends at sundown on Saturday night. One can do no work during that time so we need to plan and prepare.

Lighting the candles at the beginning of Shabbat at sundown

Lighting the candles at the beginning of Shabbat at sundown

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