About Us

Welcome to Glenn Hills

Where you can find Exceptional gifts at reasonable prices.

 

Glenn Hills is a craft business owned by Faith "Morgaine" Hazen. We currently have 3 artists (2 sisters and a daughter/niece), each with their own style and craft focus areas. You can learn more about each of us by scrolling down. We all accept custom work. Please check out our current offerings and feel free to contact us with any questions.

 

Glenn Hills was the street my siblings and I grew up on as children. I always thought the name sound magical and decided early on that if I ever grew up and started a business it would be called Glenn Hills. Well I grew up…. Sorta! As a child I was lucky enough to grow up in a creative family. My Nana who was an upholsterer by trade crocheted as a hobby. You could always look forward to a hand crafted with love item for birthdays and holidays. My mom was a seamstress and made amazing costumes as well as a lot of our clothing. She even made my favorite aunt’s wedding gown. My Aunt of course was also creative, she embroidered amazing pieces. I learned and was inspired by them all and have been crafting my whole life. Crocheted became my main medium but I also have moved into other forms of creative expression such as woodburning, folk painting, sewing, polymer clay, to name a few. My sister Wendy and daughter Theresa have also embraced their creative sides and together we create and sell Exceptional Handcrafted Gifts!

Hello! My name is Faith but most call me by my Nick Name Morgaine. I am a single mom of 4 adult children and one amazing grandson! I have an edecational background of Environmental Studies and Native American Studies. Due to a car accident I am unable to practice in my field. So I decided to embrace my creative genes and make my hobby of crafting into my livelyhood!

 

Wendy is a married mom of 3. She works part time at her day job (Class E Proffesor Educational Store), she lives with her disabled husband, youngest daughter, 2 goats, and 2 dogs and several cats. Her crafting mediums are sewing, upcycling pallets into bird houses and furniture and folk painting.

 

Thersa is the 3rd of 4 children and currently a full time college student studying both Biology and Art. Though Art is definitely her first love. She sketches, paints, and sculpts.