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Barefoot Dreams Covered in Prayer Collection

Designed with the coziest knits and creamiest cottons in an array of calming colors, Barefoot Dreams features a collection that is soothing to the senses. Covered in Prayer is a unique collection designed with a prayer for faith, grace, hope, and life in mind. Established in 1994 by Annette Cook, Barefoot Dreams embraces her philosophy of creating a precious line of children's and adult products while accommodating her commitment to family.

Covered in Prayer served as an inspiration for Annette while she battled one of life's greatest challenges, cancer. Her inspiration was to give back to a community that supported her, as well as provide products that bring comfort both physically and spiritually. Covered in Prayer blankets offer the comfort of a beautiful warm blanket with an inspirational message embossed on a suede patch. Messages include "Trust the Journey," "Believe in Love," "Bless This Life," "Faith in Prayer," and "Hope for Peace"; proceeds of this collection are donated to The Wunder Project, a progressive charity that gives directly to the doctors and researchers developing a cure for colon cancer (www.thewunderproject.org).


Marrying comfort and elegance, Barefoot Dreams' sophisticated collection features designs that are effortlessly chic and cozy that every family member will love. Welcome your newborn into a Covered in Prayer Receiving Blanket or cozy up in bed with a Covered in Prayer Throw. Each blanket in the collection is reversible and features a unique design and inspirational message that will be sure to bring your special one comfort and peace. Have faith that each day when one needs comfort, a Covered in Prayer product will make a difference.

Barefoot Dreams is committed to providing a collection of impeccable quality and comfort and has acquired a solid following of celebrities including Oprah, Ellen Degeneres, Beyonce, The Kardashians, Kate Hudson, Alessandra Ambrosio, Courteney Cox, Hilary Swank, Sarah Jessica Parker and Katie Holmes to name a few. Available at 5-Star Resorts and spas as well as Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Fred Segal, every product of Barefoot Dreams is washable/dryable. Constructed with love and packaged by hand ($29-$256; www.barefootdreams.com)

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