New "In His Presence" Prayer Shawls - Habotai 8mm
📣Orders for Christmas and New Year must be placed by NOVEMBER 30TH!📣
IMPORTANT HOLIDAY UPDATE:
Orders that are received after November 30th will be processed in the order that they are received.
Although I will try my best to complete them by December 20th -
I can NOT guarantee that they will be fulfilled on time for Christmas or New Year.
I will be providing order updates via email and on our FB page to keep everyone updated and informed. 🥰
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** All silks are dyed as led by the Spirit where I rely completely on the Holy Spirit to guide me in selection of Colors and technique.
If You are interested in an specific color palette please include a note with the order or send me an email. I will be more than happy to integrate those colors in your flags!
And always remember…
Each Set of Flags is unique!
One of a kind prayer Shawls and Mantles.
Unlike our "In His Embrace" Shawls made with Silk Charmeuse, these Shawls are made with soft Habotai Silk (8mm). Each Shawl is hand made individually. They are not pre-made... They are cut, sewn with Silk thread and dyed individually in an atmosphere of worship and prayer.
"In His Presence" Prayer Cloths and Shawls make amazing gift for those you want to bless with Abba's loving embrace - wrapped in His Love feeling safe and comforted, basking in that intimate place where nothing else matters...
Shawl approximately 22in x 72in
Long Shawl approximately 22in x 90in
XL Mantle approximately 34in x 72in
Long XL Mantle approximately 34in x 90in
Color description and scripture reference is included.
ABOUT OUR PRAYER SILK:
Hand-Dyed 100% Habotai Silk 8mm with sewn edges.
Designed and Painted by Margarita Puckett
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