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Creating organic blankets and crafts for you to use.

Our Featured Artisan of the Month: Esther Hlawn


When Esther was in the 5th grade, her parents made the difficult decision to take her to Love Children Home orphanage to be raised by Peter and Rebecca. Even though they loved Esther very much, they were poor and knew that they would never be able to afford the books, a uniform, or the transportation needed for her to get an education. Soon, Esther was laughing with her new friends, attending school, and feeling secure in pursuing goals for her future. Abraham, a little boy who also lived at the orphanage, developed a childhood crush on Esther. As they grew up, Abraham knew that God was telling him that Esther was going to be part of his future. As they matured into adults, Abraham’s premonitions came true and Esther became his wife. Together they have three children; Daniel, Ruth, and Joe. Abraham works closely with Peter at Love Children Home, and Esther works in the Loom House.

Our Featured Artisan of the Month: Esther Hlawn


When Esther was in the 5th grade, her parents made the difficult decision to take her to Love Children Home orphanage to be raised by Peter and Rebecca. Even though they loved Esther very much, they were poor and knew that they would never be able to afford the books, a uniform, or the transportation needed for her to get an education. Soon, Esther was laughing with her new friends, attending school, and feeling secure in pursuing goals for her future. Abraham, a little boy who also lived at the orphanage, developed a childhood crush on Esther. As they grew up, Abraham knew that God was telling him that Esther was going to be part of his future. As they matured into adults, Abraham’s premonitions came true and Esther became his wife. Together they have three children; Daniel, Ruth, and Joe. Abraham works closely with Peter at Love Children Home, and Esther works in the Loom House.

Testimonials

 I have 5 Myanmar blankets. They are so soft and hold up very well. My grandchildren love to use them when they sleepover.

Ann Stephens Gries

I’ve lost count of how many we have! We love them for their warmth, colors and more than anything the changed lives they represent!

Alan Wayne Rohrscheib

We LOVE our Myanmar blankets! We were given one as a Christmas gift and it was our favorite blanket in the house. We had to get another one so we didn’t have to share and it’s become our go-to gift for people! Currently on vacation and both me, my husband, and my step mom all brought them along!

Anicia Kessler