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When a pair of arba kanfos are spread out on the table, they usually look something like this:
Many pairs have stripes on them, like this:
The hole in the center is placed over your head, so that the arba kanfos can be worn. One side will go in the front, and the other in the back.
Here is what it looks like (more or less, forgiving the fact that I can't draw to save my life) when being worn, frontal view. Part is hanging down the back, where you can't see it in this view.
Here is an example of what the tzitzis on the corner look like.
A tallis gadol is much bigger. Here is a picture I found in the Sefer Taamai Haminhagim (which, as far as I know, is available only in Hebrew) of a man about to say the Blessing and put on a tallis gadol:
Here is a picture (from the same source) with a man in the process of putting on a tallis gadol.
That's essentially what it all looks like.
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