The Project

Women’s Woven Voices Project 2018-01-09T23:49:28+00:00

Stronger Together
Moving forward together stitch by stitch.

How do we find our powerful voice so we can express our unique gifts to give the world?

Participating in Woven Voices is a journey that starts with self-reflection and writing, and transforms into a woven tapestry, a visual storyboard of women’s lives from around the globe. The 3 elements of the Woven Voices project work together as tools to access, claim, and celebrate our power as individuals and together as a global community of women.  


The words  “text” and “textile” share the same Latin root- texere – meaning to weave. When you write out the significant events of your life, you begin to weave a beautiful story. Then, actually weaving a piece of cloth to represent that story, and stitching it into the final tapestry celebrates both your uniqueness and the connection we have as women all over the globe.  

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The act of writing and the act of weaving connect us with our inner wisdom by allowing us to use both our left-brain language processes and our right brain symbolic resonance. As we engage our whole selves in self-reflection we discover a new understanding of the choices we have made, the connections we have fostered, and the obstacles that we have overcome.  

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Gather your kindred spirits, circle your tribe, collect your community and create a time and space to share your woven voices. Sharing your story is the third powerful element of the Women’s Woven Voices project.

Sharing your story allows your voice to be heard, connects you with your inner resources, and cultivates courage to create change.  

How to Submit & Share


Each story cloth is stitched together with loving care. Before I begin stitching, I center myself in prayer and affirm blessings for each woman who has contributed their story cloth.

I am adding a red fringe to 3 out of every 4 strips in the tapestry to create a visual talking point about sexual abuse.

The Red Fringe


You’ve heard the call and this art project resonates with you- what’s next?

  • You can participate as an individual by ordering a loom kit or make your own.
  • Everything you need to know to set up your loom, weave and finish your story cloth is in the videos.  Watch the Videos
  • We’ve included lots of great information for you on the Project page.
  • When you have completed your and woven story cloth, mail it to Brecia and submit your online form.
  • Then stay connected on Facebook to watch the Women’s Woven Voices tapestry evolve. You are now a part of this empowering international community of women.

You can order your loom kit here.

 It’s Free!  We just ask for you to pay a shipping fee to cover our costs.

Yay!  Your story cloth is woven and complete!  Please mail to:

Women’s Woven Voices
4164 Mount Hukee Avenue
San Diego, Ca 92117  USA

Be sure to fill in the online submission form.

The Women’s Woven Voices project may be the perfect program for your next group meeting, retreat, conference or informal gathering.

Contact Brecia to set up a workshop.

Please share this project with the various women’s groups that you belong to. It’s a great way to create a deeper connection and it’s fun.  You can also gather a group of women with whom you want to share the experience: Family, friends, sorority sisters, coworkers, colleagues, neighbors, church members.

Order your loom kits and set a time to circle up. The how-to videos will walk you through the set-up of the loom, the weaving and the finishing.  Download the writing prompts for each member of the group.  Allow time for self-reflection and writing. Weaving together in community can be very fun and sets the mood for sharing. Create a circle of confidentiality, trust, acceptance, and non-judgement and commit to open active listening from the heart. Share with the group or in pairs. Acknowledge the courage and strength of each woman present. Celebrate the joys and accomplishments.

When you have completed your woven story cloths, mail it in to Brecia to be added to the global tapestry. If you mail the group of weaving together, they will be stitched together in the tapestry.

Have each person fill in the online submission form.

Share the project with women in your community.

The Women’s Woven Voices tapestry is made up of the story cloths of women from around the world. Woven into those stories are the men in each woman’s life.

Together we can foster a culture of self-knowledge and sharing that builds courage and fosters a sense of power in women everywhere to contribute to their communities in positive ways.

You can actively listen and allow women to tell the story of their lives, as a catalyst for change, particularly by opening up discussions about issues of domestic violence and sexual abuse in a safe and supportive way.

You can promote resilience, compassion, open communication, healing and peace in individuals and communities.

Please visit the Resource page.

You can add your financial support by donating.

You’ve written and woven your story cloth, shared your story and become a part of the international art project Women’s Woven Voices. We urge you to consider this a beginning. Circle back to the Mission of the project and recognize that by sharing your story you have become a catalyst for change and contribution.

You are now part of a community that promotes resilience, compassion, open communication, healing, and peace.

Let your light shine! Take positive action. Look around your community and find ways to make a positive difference. Continue to connect with other women to support each other. Join groups, organizations, and movements that foster equality, respect and kindness towards all.

Share your journey on the WWV facebook page.

Share the project with women everywhere.

Contact Brecia if you have would like to exhibit the WWV tapestry at your conference, international venue, Women’s summit etc.

Donate to cover the costs of exhibiting the project.

Some Inspiration

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Allow Your Voice to be Heard.

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