Judaica Shabbat Challah Covers

Each challah cover requires 3-4 weeks to create and ship to the recipient.

Care Instructions: Machine wash warm or cool on a gentle/delicate setting, using phosphate-free detergent. Machine dry on a low temperature setting or air dry for best results.


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PEACE Challah Cover

Celebrate Shabbat with this Challah cover, designed and painted by Carol Neiger with PEACE poem by Norman J. Pressman.

10% of the sale of each Challah cover will be donated to The Imagine A Better World Foundation.


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Double Challah Satin Gift Wrap

Paper cut design with original watercolor paintings
Roll (26" x 72").



Gift wrap: $20


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Wedding or Anniversary Gift: L'cha Dodi—Chuppah Challah Cover

This first verse of this much loved Psalm from the 16th century is translated as “Come my beloved to welcome the Shabbat” (referred to as a bride).

Challah cover: $72

Challah cover with custom message: $90
Customized text


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Wedding or Anniversary Gift: L’cha Dodi—Olive and Pomegranate Challah Cover

This first verse of this much loved Psalm from the 16th century is translated as “Come my beloved to welcome the Shabbat” (referred to as a bride).

Challah cover: $72

Challah cover with custom message: $90
Customized text


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Wedding or Anniversary Gift: Shabbat Shalom Tov Pomegranate—Challah Cover

Jewish tradition teaches that the pomegranate is a symbol of righteousness because it is said to have 613 seeds, which corresponds with the 613 mitzvot, or commandments, of the Torah.

Challah cover: $72

Challah cover with custom message: $90
Customized text


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Wedding or Anniversary Gift: Shabbat v’Yom Tov Pomegranate—Challah Cover

Jewish tradition teaches that the pomegranate is a symbol of righteousness because it is said to have 613 seeds, which corresponds with the 613 mitzvot, or commandments, of the Torah.

Challah cover: $72

Challah cover with custom message: $90
Customized text


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Double Challah Blue Vines—Challah Cover

Shabbat calls for two loaves of challah to be placed on the Shabbat table. They commemorate the double portion of manna the Israelites received after the Exodus from Egypt, which Moses told them would last them Friday and Saturday, the Sabbath.

Challah cover: $72


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Double Challah Green Vines—Challah Cover

Shabbat calls for two loaves of challah to be placed on the Shabbat table. They commemorate the double portion of manna the Israelites received after the Exodus from Egypt, which Moses told them would last them Friday and Saturday, the Sabbath.

Challah cover: $72

PEACE Challah Cover

Celebrate Shabbat with this Challah cover, designed and painted by Carol Neiger with PEACE poem by Norman J. Pressman

10% of the sale of each Challah cover will be donated to The Imagine A Better World Foundation.

$110

Size: 20.5" x 15.5"
Fabric: Cotton/lawn
Batiste Backing

Double Challah Satin Gift Wrap

Paper cut design with original watercolor paintings.

$20.00

Roll (26" x 72").

Wedding or Anniversary Gift:
L'cha Dodi—Chuppah Challah Cover

This first verse of this much loved Psalm from the 16th century is translated as “Come my beloved to welcome the Shabbat” (referred to as a bride).

This Challah cover is designed to abstractly depict two trees overlapping to create a marriage Chuppah.

Challah cover: $72

Size: 20.5" x 15.5"
Fabric: Cotton/lawn
Batiste Backing

Wedding or Anniversary Gift:
L’cha Dodi—Olive and Pomegranate Challah Cover

This first verse of this much loved Psalm from the 16th century is translated as “Come my beloved to welcome the Shabbat” (referred to as a bride).

This Challah cover is full of symbolism with a watercolor painting of two trees overlapping to create a marriage Chuppah. Olive trees are strong and sturdy and can live over 2,000 years! And of course, the olive leave symbolizes peace. Jewish tradition teaches that the pomegranate is a symbol of righteousness because it is said to have 613 seeds, which corresponds with the 613 mitzvot, or commandments, of the Torah. There are eighteen branches depicted in these two trees: number eighteen is considered significant because the Hebrew word for “life” is chai, which has a numerical value of 18.

Challah cover: $72

Size: 20.5" x 15.5"
Fabric: Cotton/lawn
Batiste Backing

Wedding or Anniversary Gift:
Shabbat Shalom Tov Pomegranate—Challah Cover

Jewish tradition teaches that the pomegranate is a symbol of righteousness because it is said to have 613 seeds, which corresponds with the 613 mitzvot, or commandments, of the Torah.

Challah cover: $72

Size: 20.5" x 15.5"
Fabric: Cotton/lawn
Batiste Backing

Wedding or Anniversary Gift:
Shabbat v’Yom Tov Pomegranate—Challah Cover

Jewish tradition teaches that the pomegranate is a symbol of righteousness because it is said to have 613 seeds, which corresponds with the 613 mitzvot, or commandments, of the Torah.

Challah cover: $72

Size: 20.5" x 15.5"
Fabric: Cotton/lawn
Batiste Backing

Double Challah Blue Vines—Challah Cover

Shabbat calls for two loaves of challah to be placed on the Shabbat table. They commemorate the double portion of manna the Israelites received after the Exodus from Egypt, which Moses told them would last them Friday and Saturday, the Sabbath.

Challah cover: $72

Size: 20.5" x 15.5"
Fabric: Cotton/lawn
Batiste Backing

Double Challah Green Vines—Challah Cover

Shabbat calls for two loaves of challah to be placed on the Shabbat table. They commemorate the double portion of manna the Israelites received after the Exodus from Egypt, which Moses told them would last them Friday and Saturday, the Sabbath.

Challah cover: $72

Size: 20.5" x 15.5"
Fabric: Cotton/lawn
Batiste Backing

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