Imbolc Altar Cloth -OR- Ritual Kit
IMPORTANT! These cloths and kits will not be able to be shipped in time for you to receive them by Imbolc on Feb. 1st!
☘️ 🥛 🔥 Blessed Imbolc! 🔥 🥛 ☘️
Imbolc is the perfect time to hold space for renewal, fertility, purification, rebirth, hope, growth, and new beginnings. Imbolc celebrates the first inkling of Spring and welcomes in new growth and the return of warmth to the land. This is the perfect time for early garden chores and spring cleaning your home and altar.
This altar cloth features an exclusive Imbolc design printed in soft colors and crisp detail. With this cloth, you'll be able to decorate your altar for the High Holy Day of Imbolc and track the turning of the wheel.
This 12" by 12" altar cloth is made from 100%, grade-A, woven cotton fiber and folds up for easy storage or travel. The fabric is heavy and durable.
🌀 RITUAL KIT AVAILABLE: 🌀
You can also upgrade and get our complete Imbolc Ritual Kit featuring:
- the Imbolc altar cloth
- a white votive candle
- 3 Imbolc crystals: Amethyst point, tumbled Bloodstone, & tumbled Garnet (in a pouch)
- a custom-blended Imbolc (Heather Flower & Myrrh Resin) incense in a glass vial (for charcoal burning - comes with 1 charcoal disc)
- a wooden scoop for healing herbs (connected with Goddess Brigid, with whom this day is associated)
MORE ABOUT IMBOLC:
Suggested Crystals: Red Garnet, Carnelian, Black Onyx, Bloodstone, Pyrite, Amethyst, Ruby, & Red Jasper
Symbols: Snowdrop Flowers, Lanterns, Candles, Flames, Light, Pumpkin Seeds, Shamrocks, Brigid's Crosses, Sunflower Seeds, Doves, Crocus Flowers, Milk, Poppyseed Breads or Pastries
Suggested Herbs: Angelica, Basil, Bay Leaf, Cinnamon, Coltsfoot, Dragon's Blood Resin, Ginger, Heather, Myrrh Resin
Also Known As/Related To: Imbolg, Lá Fhéile Bríde, Candlemas, Snowdrop Festival, St. Brigid's Day, Feast of Torches, Feast of Pan, Feast of the Waxing Light, Lupercalia, Oimelc, Oimelg, Feast Day of Mary of the Candles, Gŵyl Fair y Canhwyllau
🌏 If you live in the Southern Hemisphere, you'll be celebrating the festival of Imbolc on August 1st to keep with the seasonal cycles.