A set of 16 hand-spun tzitzit strings, enough for four corners. Certified kosher by the Eida Chareidis of Jerusalem.
The main stages in the tzitzit production process are known as gozez (shearing), libun (bleaching), niputz (carding), tevia (spinning) and shezira (plying). The basic halacha requirement stated in the Shulchan Aruch (O.C. 11:1) is that you must have tevia lishma (spinning with intention). The Rema notes that according to some opinions you should have niputz lishmah (carding with intention), though he adds that the custom is to be lenient.
The Mishna Berura explains that the mitzvah of making tzitzit (ta'aseh lecha gedilim) starts with tevia, however, he notes that the Prisha states in the name of the Maharal of Prague that one should try to obtain tzitzit with niputz lishma. The Aruch HaShulchan concurs with the Maharal of Prague.
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