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So I understand the reasoning for having two holes on the tallis katan (so that the tzitzis will hang on one side of the corner and won't move around), but why do Chabad tallis katans have the holes at a diagonal? Other Chassidic tallis katans just have two horizontal holes.

Chabad tallis katan

Photo courtesy of Ben's Tallit Shop.

So I understand the reasoning for having two holes on the tallis katan (so that the tzitzis will hang on one side of the corner and won't move around), but why do Chabad tallis katans have the holes at a diagonal? Other Chassidic tallis katans just have two horizontal holes.

So I understand the reasoning for having two holes on the tallis katan (so that the tzitzis will hang on one side of the corner and won't move around), but why do Chabad tallis katans have the holes at a diagonal? Other Chassidic tallis katans just have two horizontal holes.

Chabad tallis katan

Photo courtesy of Ben's Tallit Shop.

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Why are the holes diagonal on a Chabad tallis katan?

So I understand the reasoning for having two holes on the tallis katan (so that the tzitzis will hang on one side of the corner and won't move around), but why do Chabad tallis katans have the holes at a diagonal? Other Chassidic tallis katans just have two horizontal holes.