There are lots of ways to embellish your tallit and personalize it, whether through color or embroidery stitching. Below ere are just a few of the ways, but for more inspiration, check out the embroidered atarot, atarah/corners sets and embroidered corners:
The corners of the tallit can all be the same, though many of my customers have selected a “theme.” These are a few samples, such as the four seasons of the year, names of the matriarchs and Jewish symbols.
Every custom tallit has an embroidered label inside the neckband for personalizing, such as the bar/bat mitzvah’s name in English and Hebrew along with the simcha date. But a few customers have used the lining of the tallit to embroider family names/dates:
Additional embroidered designs are often placed at the ends of the atarah:
A loom woven tallit (on the loom-woven page) I created an extra special hem since it was to signify the high priests with Tibetan bells and pomegranates, as well as a custom digitized pomegranate corner:
Or “corners” that really aren’t square corners:
Dyed tzitzit? Yes that’s possible, but be sure to check with your Rabbi. Many don’t consider them kosher unless they are white. Here’s a set in lime green:
Text on a circle? Sure. Actually it can be set on any line, circle or wave.