Yahweh instructed the Israelites to attach fringes (called “tzitzit” in Hebrew) to each of the four corners of their garments so that when they saw them, they would remember all of Yahweh’s commandments and do them (Numbers 15:38-40; Deuteronomy 22:12). Centuries later when garments no longer had four corners, the Jewish people created the prayer shawl (Tallit) so that they could fulfill Yahweh’s command to wear tzitzit. The prayer shawl has become the time-honored Jewish tradition of submission to Yahweh ’s will revealed in his Word (the Torah).
Every Tallit we sell has the blue tzit-tzit tied on using the techelet from Israel
The Hebrew word tallit "little covering" refers to a rectangular prayer shawl that is traditionally worn during morning prayers on weekdays and Shabbat. All tallit have four knotted "fringes," called tzitzit, that are attached at each corner.