A shroud is a length of cloth used to cover or wrap a body for funeral ceremonies. Shroud making is expression from the heart, pure and simple.
Shroud making is about the experience of being involved in the funeral process, of connecting to your own spirit and to the life of the person that has lived.
Shroud Memento offers the following:
- coordinating and supporting you and others to make a shroud between the time of death and the funeral service. My role is to offer ideas and coordinate yours, giving instructions on material sourcing and suitable methods of applying the design and support through to completion if required.
- making bespoke shrouds for those who prefer to have one made by me;
- workshops are available to those want to prepare for their end of life, or to make one in preparation for someone terminally ill or as a memento.
- pets too deserve our respect and attention. Making a shroud as a group project is another way to embrace death as part of life and honouring our furry friends.
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Deb Cairns, State of Grace Funerals New Zealand
“Helen everyone LOVED their day with you.The workshop was an absolute success and people went away feeling very inspired, and having taken part in some gentle and meaningful discussions about life, death and everything in between. Again please, again!”
Larna Munro, Sydney
“Hi Helen, Mum absolutely loves it (funeral gown). She put it straight on and hasn’t taken it off! And she put all her jewellery on then just slept peacefully all afternoon. Tasman’s neckpiece sits perfectly. We are thrilled, it is so beautiful and perfect. Thank you so much.”