Hand Embroidered Atara – yoke (ATE- 3) CAT# ATE- 3. Chain - stitched hand - embroidery on raw cotton using various colors of silk, gold and silver threads. The tallit katan, or "small" tallit, is worn for the duration of the day by many Orthodox and some other observant Jewish men. While it should not be worn directly on the skin, it is often worn beneath one's shirt (yet above an undershirt). However, chasidim tend to wear them on top of their shirts, under a suit vest. A tallit katan can be worn during most occasions, though there are some restrictions, for example one should "tuck-in" tzitzit upon entering a graveyard.
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