Parasha Bo deals with the first Passover. Lambs are brought and given as offerings; later that evening to be eaten at the first Passover. The Israelite dwellings are marked to keep them safe from the plague of the first born.
Tallit Band I
The entrance of an Israelite dwelling is marked, using a hyssop branch, to keep it safe from the plague of the first born.
Translation of Hebrew (Exodus 13, 3):
"And Moses said unto the people: 'Remember this day, in which ye came out from Egypt, out of the house of bondage…"
Band II Scene I
Lambs are brought, one per household.
Band II Scene II
At dusk the lambs are being offered on alters.
The neckband of the tallit is decorated with the traditional blessing, hand painted with gold-outlined, crowned, Hebrew lettering.
The tallit is shown on a background of cream wool blend. The tallit tzitziot (threads) are handspun.
A matching tallit bag, tefillin bag and yarmulke are also available. The tallit bag is made of cream wool blend and has a strip of painted silk running horizontally.
The tallit and all items are handmade.