Here's what I wrote:
Think about the prayer that’s most important right now. Is it a prayer of gratitude, or a request for assistance or a prayer of appreciation? What does your soul most need to articulate?
Now choose a strip of cloth to represent that prayer. Use it as the next layer in the frame, weaving the strip of cloth over and under the yarn.
As you weave, offer up your prayer.
If you feel moved, pray for the others who have woven strips of prayer together.
Reflect on the whole cloth that is being created when we pray both as individuals and as part of a group.
As I wrote it, I wanted to be aware of all the people who would be baffled if they discovered the prayer frame and strips of cloth in a prayer chapel. I wanted to write clear instructions--and I wanted to write them for people who may have never woven or braided anything ever before. I did weave a few strips at the bottom, a start to show people what it would look like as we went along.
I thought it had a bit of poetry about it. And I loved the weaving that we created together: