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We are a guild of craftspeople based in the Archdiocese of Glasgow, creating works of art for liturgical use in Christian churches. We are a voluntary non- profitmaking organisation. Our ministry and membership is rooted firmly within the ecumenical movement, as embroiderers, and also as special ministers, cantors and readers. We meet together weekly to discuss our work. Our designer, Netta...
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Bohemian Groove Bazaar Clothing GEETA Sacred Threads Tie Dye Hippie Clothes Caftans Kurtas Harem Pants Wrap Skirts Mukluks Baja Hoodies Dashikis Blanket Coats. All types of Retro Ethnic Clothing. GEETA Hippie Bohemian Gypsy Indian Festival Ethnic Embroidered Stonewashed Cami Short Dress 5087. Sign up for our Email List today and be the first to hear about our specials and promotions! GEETA...
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Embracing the World's economic development project aims to equip 100,000 unemployed and economically vulnerable women with the skills and means to help their families make ends meet. Through providing vocational education, start-up capital, marketing assistance and access to microcredit loans...
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The Sacred Deeds Foundation invites you to be a part of one our many charities. The same beauty, culture, and vibrancy of India is alive in the designs that inspire us. Out of gratitude for the items we buy, sell, and wear, we give back to those people by supplying a better life for them. A...
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Sacred Threads Center is an interfaith ministry for women dedicated to providing opportunities to explore and enrich their spiritual journey. “I have seen organizations succeed with minimal board involvement (emotional, financial, operational) because of the investment of those running day-to-day...
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Sacred Threads is an exhibition of quilts exploring themes of spirituality, joy, inspiration, peace/brotherhood, grief and healing. This biennial exhibition was established to provide a safe venue for quilters who see their work as a connection to the sacred and/or as an expression of their spiritual journey. The objective is to create a dignified exhibition of artwork that touches on both...
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Vikki Pignatelli is a lecturer, teacher and author or Quilting by Improvisation and Quilting Curves. She is the founder of the Sacred Threads Quilt Exhibit. Have you ever wished for an easy method of machine piecing intricate curves, or wanted to incorporate curved designs into a quilt but had no inkling where to begin? Hi, I'm Vikki Pignatelli. When I first began quilting, I visualized...
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This is a classical music discussion forum. A leading musicians and listeners community on the web. This is the place for those fun, and not so serious threads, birthday greetings, & general chit-chat. Above all, be respectful to your fellow forum members as they have a right to their own opinions too! Any/All discussions about Politics or Religion are restricted to the Social Groups Members...
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Threads of Peru works with Peruvian women artisans to create markets for fair trade, hand-woven, sustainable fashion & textiles made from organic alpaca fiber. These gorgeous yet useful three-piece sets each include a coordinated cosmetics case, a zippered cardholder, and a pen/pencil case. These very special accessory sets are not only hand-woven by Peruvian artisans in the communities of...
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Home page description of the Awakening the Heart of the Jaguar retreat activities and invitation. We come together in the land of the ancient Maya, a place where past and present coalesce in a circle of power! Join us as we dive through a portal in time, shape-shifting our perception of what it means to live as a sacred human. As we embark on a journey of time out of time...spiraling through a...
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"This store is just amazing. This country needs more stores like yours. Your warmth and friendliness make me want to bring everyone to visit you! Thank you so much!" ...Christina D. Quincy, MA. When lighting a soy candle for the first time, allow the wax to pool (melt) all the way to the sides of the container to avoid tunneling. After each burn, trim wick to 1/4" to 3/8". Adini, Earth...
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