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Tzitzit Tying Diagrams

Tzitzit Tying Diagrams

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Published by Jeremy Kapp
Many ways to tie a Tzitzit!
Many ways to tie a Tzitzit!

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Published by: Jeremy Kapp on Mar 13, 2011
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Rambam-Maimonides(
במר
"
ם
)
Tekhelet
TyingMethod
1. The initial
Chulya
is made bywrapping one white strand andone blue strand and tucking inthe ends to form a knot. Thewhite is wrapped once first andthen the blue twice.2. The 11 middle
Chulyot 
are madeby taking one blue strand fromthe total of eight strands andwrapping it around the remainingseven strands three times, andtucking the end into the wraps toform a knot. This
wrapping
strand is designated
Shamash
andis used for all subsequent chulyot(though it is not
Halachically
imperative that the same
Shamash
be used).3. The final
Chulya
is made bywrapping one white strand andone blue strand and tucking inthe ends to form a knot. The blueis wrapped twice first and thenthe white once.
 
Baal Sefer Hahhinuch (לעבךוניחה רפס
)
Tekhelet
TyingMethod
1. A
Single Knot
is made by takingthe four strands from one side of the garment and the opposingfour strands from the other sideof the garment and tying a simpleknot.2. A white
Chulya
is made bytaking one white strand from thetotal of eight strands andwrapping it around the remainingseven strands three times. This
wrapping
strand is designated
Shamash
and is used for allsubsequent white
Chulyot 
(though it is not
Halachically
imperative that the same
Shamash
be used).3. A blue
Chulya
is made the sameas a white one, but just using ablue strand.
 
Vilna Gaon (אנליוו'מ ןואגה)or the Gra (א"רג)
Tekhelet
Tying Method
1. A
Single Knot
is made bytaking the four strands from oneside of the garment and theopposing four strands from theother side of the garment andtying a simple knot.2. A white
Chulya
is made bytaking one white strand from thetotal of eight strands andwrapping it around the remainingseven strands three times. This
wrapping
strand is designated
Shamash
and is used for allsubsequent white
Chulyot 
(though it is not
Halachically
imperative that the same
Shamash
be used).3. A blue
Chulya
is made thesame as a white one, but justusing a blue strand.

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