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Headcoverings by Devorah - Mitpachat Tichel Israeli ScarvesHeadcoverings by Devorah
Head Coverings for Religious Purposes, Tzniut - Modesty or Hair Loss

Where Modesty Does Not Mean Frumpy!

 

Custom Made Headcoverings - Scarves, Kerchiefs, Snoods, Veils Mantillas, Shawls, Hair Wraps, Kippot, Hats, Modest Clothing & Judaic Art

Site Map of Headcoverings by Devorah

Site Navigation for Headcoverings by Devorah Website

In order to make it possible for visitors to navigate through my website more easily, I have included below navigational categories of all web pages contained within the Headcoverings by Devorah & Orach Chayim websites.

Company Information

Headcoverings by Devorah specializes in traditional and contemporary head coverings for religious purposes, tzniut - modesty, for hair loss or any occasion. Devorah Channah is owner of Headcoverings by Devorah and designer of attractive and stylish hand made scarves, kerchiefs, bandanas, snoods, veils, mantillas, shawls, hair wraps, kippot, hats, modest clothing without compromising modesty - and an artist of Biblically inspired Judaic Art.


Head Covering Information


Head Covering Designs

Tiechels (Scarves) - Scarf Fabrics & Styles Available

Snoods - Snood Styles Available:

Mimkhatah - Kerchief / Bandana Styles Available:

Mantilla Veils - Veil and Lace Hair Wraps Styles Available:

Shawls - Shabbat Shawls, Prayer Shawls & Tallit Styles Available:

Kippot - Kippah & Yarmulke Styles Available:

Kovaim - Hat & Cap Styles Available:

Seret Metzach (Headbands) - Headband Styles Available:

 

Tzniut  - Modest Clothing Styles Available:

 

Hair Accessories - Hair Towels and More Coming Soon!:


Judaic Framed Art Designs

Various Designs of Jewish Art - Hebrew Art - Kabbalah Art:


Orach Chayim - Way of Life

A Comprehensive Compilation of Torah Studies & Resources

Hebrew Resources:


Jewish Concepts:

Jewish Cooking:

Jewish Literature:

Jewish Music:


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Miscellaneous Resource Pages:

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