Pretty straightforward: is it permissible to have a garment in which linen and wool fabrics are both present? Some examples would include the example in the title (linen lining in a wool jacket) and a ...
There are some clothiers that mass-produce their garments. I wonder if there is a) a list of companies that don't use Sha'atnez b) a list of mass-produced garments (such as "Classic Blazer" by Joe ...
When does one become liable for wearing Sha'atnez? Is it merely putting the garment on one's body? Is it when the act of dressing is complete (ie., buttoning the last button, zipping up the zipper, ...
Is one required to check cashmere clothing for shatnez? Cashmere is a kind of wool that does not come from sheep.
Shatnez is the prohibition of wearing clothing that contains both wool and linen. I understand that the Torah tells us that the two materials are specfiically wool and linen, which is a perfectly ...
I haven't seen it in a few years, but esrogim used to come wrapped in flax. Or, at least, a yellowish, brownish, hairy substance people called "flax", which leads us to my first question: Was it ...
What do you and what do you not have to check for Shatnez?