The tapestry motif was originally created from my illustrations for The Tapestry of Jewish Time by Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin (Behrman House, 2000). It celebrates the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, depicting the traditional biblical guests that are 'invited' into the sukkah (booth) each year to share meals and blessings. The woven device holds branches of myrtle, willow and palm while an etrog (citron) is suspended above. The branch of the tapestry represents the roof of the sukkah booth. The Hebrew calligraphy in the title is built from my original Hebrew alphabet 'Kshutiy'.