Our sewing house is a safe place for women to seek refuge in an unreached district of Chiang Mai, Thailand. On average, we employ 10-12 women coming out of destitute situations. They produce our clothing, leather, linen goods, pillows, and various textiles.

Many of our women are fleeing from abuse or rebuilding their lives after a childhood spent in the local juvenile detention center. It’s through these goods that women are offered a safe place to heal emotionally, make a livable wage, and experience the love of Jesus. Follow along with our monthly newsletter for more stories of how women are growing and thriving!

Whether you are looking for a tote to elevate your work attire or a table runner for your dining room - your purchase directly supports these women! You provide the opportunity for financial, emotional, and physical stability when you shop at Adorn

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