Winter Solstice Altar Cloth

19 Dec

On Friday I’m attending a winter solstice celebration marking “a time of realignment, a new cycle for humanity … a  huge astronomical shift in the Earth’s herstory.”   I’ve started this cloth to add to the building of an altar that will be part of the ceremony.  A little more hand stitching.   You might want to check out this 21 December 2012 link.Altar Cloth

4 Responses to “Winter Solstice Altar Cloth”

  1. Mo Crow December 25, 2012 at 5:53 pm #

    Best Wishes & all the best for much wonderment in 2013!

  2. grace Forrest~Maestas January 1, 2013 at 4:04 pm #

    Patricia….HAPPY AND BEST NEW YEAR’S DAY and may the road through this next
    one be Full xoxo g

  3. saskia March 8, 2013 at 5:44 pm #

    why did I not leave a comment here before? I must have commented over on Diaries; anyway Patricia I adore this drummer boy; am not sure why: whenever I see him I feel a pain in my gut, not in a bad way: I’m just so moved by him; I wish I had made him, does that explain it?!

    • patricia March 8, 2013 at 6:28 pm #

      hi there you! i haven’t looked at drummer boy for a while–he’s an altar cloth now and lives elsewhere–such a wonderful compliment you’ve paid him though.

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