According to the Ashkenazi custom, the Talit is worn during the morning prayer only after the wedding, and according to the Sephardic tradition – after the age of majority. Talit – in Judaism, prayer cover. The Talit image was used to create the flag of the state of Israel. Jewish prayer shawl (tallit / talit) is usually made from sheep’s wool, although other materials are used, such as flax, cotton, silk, and today even synthetics. The usual size of talita is 1 × 1.5 m, other sizes are possible. In his 4 corners there are tzitz brush. Usually, two blue or black stripes are woven from the upper side.