First, let me make the distinction that I do not mow the lawn in my ancient Biblical garments. I dress in typical Israelite garb of the first century in order to help people make a 2000 year mental leap, back to the land, the language, and the culture in which the first century Jewish followers of the Messiah lived. I have my white linen haluq made for me in the Old City of Jerusalem by my friend Sami Barsom, who is the Muhktar of the Syrian Orthodox community. My talit was hand-woven for me by Anita Heist and is one-of-a-kind. Every time I put on that beautiful talit, I am reminded of Yahshua's four cornered seamless garment for which the Roman soldiers cast lots.
In my original series Prepare for a Rood Awakening from Israel, my Biblical garments were provided by Beged Ivrit of Jerusalem, a Levitical/Biblical garment restoration project headed by Reuven Prager.
As my Jerusalem tailor is officially retired, now I have my white linen haluq (or jalibea in Arabic) made by MicroTalit of Israel, which produces some of the finest ancient and modern Biblical garments available, as well as the full-sized talit that I wear on my television programs, the shorter tunic (shirt-type) talit, and the MicroTalits that I wear on an everyday basis with my dress slacks or jeans (while I'm actually mowing the lawn). The sartorial finery of MicroTalit of Israel is soon to be displayed on our website for all to enjoy and purchase for themselves.