The price of the Tallitot is £50. To order, please specify a plain colour or choice of multi colours and quantity.
Please support our work by buying from the Meketa Shop. Each Tallit is hand made by weavers in the Jewish Community from pure Ethiopian cotton on a loom provided by the Meketa Livelihood Project. They come with the traditional pattern of single colour stripes (blue, green, red, silver, black or purple) on a white background, or in livelier multi-coloured designs. Ladies and children's smaller tallit come in a complete range of colours and patterns. The tallit bags are also made from hand-woven material. The kippot are crocheted by hand by women from the community. All proceeds from the shop benefit the Jewish community in Gondar.
To place an order, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Womens and Children’s Tallitot
The price of the women's and smaller tallitot is £40. The pictures are examples of designs and colours. Please contact us for photos of tallitot in stock at the moment, stating any preference of colour or pattern. Other designs may be available and custom orders may be filled upon request.
Handwoven in Ethiopia by Jewish weavers, and hand-stitched in the UK, the tallit bags come in a range of colours. £12.50
Hand crocheted by members of the Zera Israel community. A variety of designs are kept in stock, which may vary from the designs in the photo. Custom colours and patterns available on request with advanced notice required. Discount available on bulk orders. Price: £5.
Two educational booklets about the Zera Israel, told in their own words and pictures. Selam Habtamu – about a boy growing up in Gondar, Ethiopia, Shalom Getu – about a boy from Gondar settling into life in Israel.
Aimed at children aged 7-12. Price : £5 each, or both books for £8.
A package of 5 note cards with pictures of people in the community and activities in their daily lives. One pack of cards contains 5 different pictures. Price £5 per pack.
Mezuzot are made from fabric handwoven by men in the Jewish community in Gondar. They cost £10 each and come in a large variety of patterns and colours.
Scarves in various designs and colours made by members of the community, costing