Category: Textile

Barmitswah Tallitbag- frontside(2018)

This tallit bag has been made on the occasion of the barmitswah of Amitai Kater. (14 okt. 2017). A prominent Alef and A has been appliquéd on the frontside, between waves of water. Amitai is an enthusiastic diver. Material used: cotton, silk, viscose and filling material Technique used: Stitching by hand and  machine, embroidery and… Read more »

Barmitswah tallitbag – backside (2018)

This is the backside of the tallitbag made for on the occasion of the barmitswah of Amitai Kater. Symbols for the shabbat has been appliquéd. The inside has been lined with newspaper clippings (printed on textile) of what happened in the world on  the day of his barmitswah. Material used: cotton, silk, viscose, filling material…. Read more »

Parokhet (curtain in front of the Ark) Synagoge Bussum (2018)

This parokhet is a reflection of the glass-stained windows in the Synagoge and parts of the architecture of the building (Amsterdamse School style). On the frontside two appliquéd lions with the coat of arms of the city of Bussum. The Hebrew text means: Stay away from evil and act right. Look for peace and follow… Read more »

sefer cloth Synagoge Bussum (2018)

A sefer cloth (covering the torah scrolls between reading) with a reflection of the glass-stained windows. In the middle torah scrolls have been applicated. Lined with heavy – non slipping – fabric. Material used: cotton, silk, polyeter. Technique used: hand and machine stitching, embroidery, appliqué.  

Bima cloth Synagoge Bussum (2018)

Cloth to cover the bima (table on which the torah scrolls are laying). The borders are a reflection of the glass-stained windows of the synagoge, made in appliqué. In the middle two small lions holding the Decalogue. Lined with heavy – non slipping – fabric. Material used: Cotton, silk, polyeter and filling material. Technique used:… Read more »

Lectern cloth Synagoge Bussum (2018)

Lectern cloth with elements of the Mechitzah and glass-stained windows of the synagoge. Material used: cotton, silk and polyester. Technique used: sewn by hand and machine, application and embroidery.  (0,71m/0,47m.)

women’s tallit (2017)

Women’s tallit, made as a commission for the Jewish Historical Museum. Application of grapevines, birds and stripes on silk (Matka). Can be adjusted as a coat, in order to prevent it from slipping from shoulders. Material used: cotton, silk and polyeter.  Sewn by hand and machine. Embroidery and application.

Womens tallit (detail)

Detail of the women’s tallit made in commission for the Jewish Historical Museum Amsterdam (2017), a replica of the one  for Rabbi Marianne van Praag (2016)  

skullcap prime minister Mark Rutte (outside)

This skullcap was especially designed for prime minister Mark Rutte. On the outside one can see pictures of the prime ministers working environment, such as the Parliament, coat of arms, text of the national anthem and some paintings of famous Dutch painters. On the inside one sees a montage of Dutch tiles. The edging is… Read more »

Keppel van minister Mark Rutte (binnenzijde)

This skullcap has been especially designed for Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on the occasion of his visit to Israel. The inside is a collage of Dutch Delft tiles. The skullcap is trimmed in colours of the Dutch flag, red-white-blue with an orange rim.