"Meg Fisher, founder of Elite Tallit, Marietta, GA., designed and constructed the tallitot for Eliana, Micaela, and Nancy. Meg
is at the threshold of fulfilling a personal dream of creating tallitot
that are fashioned from light and air that quietly illuminate the
private space of and sacred shelter for the wearer. We feel so privileged to be among her first patrons."
Nancy S. - Brooklyn, NY (from Bat Mitzvah program)
"It is truly amazing. She absolutely loves it and so do David and I. I can't even express my level of gratitude for making this piece of artwork for my family. Went into the room where it was hanging this morning and touched all of the leaves and remembered who they were for and it was just wonderful. I feel a waterproof mascara commercial coming on...
Dara S. - Sterling, VA
"We picked the tallit up from the Post Office today,
and we LOVE LOVE LOVE it!! I would call you to tell you how much we love
it, but I'll start bawling in your ear--I'm all emotional over how beautiful and
perfect it is!! The bag is so sweet, with the lovely wood button, and you
even found thread to match. Rylan is home today with the flu, and you
totally made her day--she keeps saying, "It's so beautiful!"
Thank you SOOOO much for your patience with us and
for putting so much care into Rylan's tallit. I'm so thrilled that I
stumbled upon your site, and I'll definitely share your information with other
families. Thanks again!!!!"
Amy P. - Tucson, AZ
"You've made my day! Such a pleasure to deal with someone who is so efficient, helpful and professional! I'll happily recommend you!"
Marla L. - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
"It is to die for gorgeous. Thank you so much! You are a true artist!"
Lisa H. - Kirkland, WA
"Thank you so much for the amazing Chuppah. It was absolutely stunning,
beautiful, amazing and more. Jon and I are so grateful for this
wonderful gift you have given us."
Jessica S. - New York, NY
“Meg takes a
collaborative approach from beginning to end of a sewing project and
consults with the client at each step. She is meticulous about her work,
whether it's alterations or designing and creating a tallit. I've been
impressed with how she balances her creativity with her ability to be
detail oriented. In addition, she is willing to experiment and doesn't
shy away from a challenge, i.e. creating the prayer for the collar of
the tallit, until it is completed to her and the customer's
satisfaction. I have been very pleased with her work and have had
several compliments on the tallit she made for me. I highly recommend
Maxine H. - Atlanta, GA
“Pleasing a teenage girl is no easy prospect. Meg managed to pull it off. After unsuccessfully perusing online tallis sites and our synagogue gift shop with my daughter, I knew it wasn't going to be simple to find what she liked. We had seen Meg's tallitot on display at several events and my daughter settled on one that seemed our best option if the colors could be changed to suit her. She described what we wanted to Meg, who put us in touch with a shawl maker to dye the fabric the colors my daughter desired. Of course it was a gamble, but my picky daughter was surprisingly satisfied with the final product and color-coordinated tallis bag. If only other decisions regarding the Bat Mitzvah were as trouble-free.”
Roni R. - Marietta, GA
The Women of the Wall have an Elite Tallit! I
made this burgundy and gold tallit and donated it to the Women of the
Wall, a group in Israel that supports women in reading from the torah
and praying at the Kotel. They meet every month on Rosh Chodesh. In
Tevet (December) 2010 my tallit was given to Rachel, who read from the
torah previously without a tallit. Rachel reports, "Anat Hoffman said
she gives it to a woman who promises to come every single month for a
year. I took the challenge!!!" Rachel is in this picture wearing the tallit I made. I couldn't be more proud of this! I hope to meet them someday. http://womenofthewall.org.il/
check out these websites that you might find interesting and useful.
If you do, please tell them that you heard about them on the Elite
http://www.dessertkippot.com/ - my colleague Diane's website selling a wide variety of Judaica including kippot, tallit clips, jewelry for men, women & children, candle holders and other items. |