You guys send me a piece of fabric--any size. It can be cut from a blanket or a piece of clothing, but there must be a story with it because if there are no memories locked inside the fabric the quilt can't be magic.
The fabric can be something you wore or something your child/husband/parent/sibling/neighbor/friend wore during a joyful time of their life or an inspiring time or a lucky time or a powerful time or a sorrowful time. Yada yada.
When you send me the fabric, send the story with it--something uplifting that will bring cheer. As soon as I receive it, I will take a photo of your fabric swatch and share your story on my blog. Or you can post your story on your own blog and I'll link to it.
Sound blogical so far?
Eventually we/I/someone/other/than/ me/myself/and/I will help me make a magic quilt out of all these pieces of fabric.
While someone other than me/maybe Kritta/or Robin is piecing together the magic, I will put all the stories and photos in a book and hit the pavement until I get it published.
When the quilt is complete we will begin sending it, along with the book, to people who need to be healed. We'll start with Marjorie, Pat's mom, who has breast cancer. She will wrap herself in the magic quilt and read the stories of comfort and inspiration and commiseration. At the back of the book will be blank sheets of paper for each person who receives the blanket to add their eagle power to it before sending it on to the next person in need, which should be Jen and Annie's mom.
And so on and so on.
Who has tingles right now, raise your hand!
We've got to get to work, girls. There are so many people who need to be healed.