One of the most significant reasons I appreciate chainstitch embroidery is its undeniable authenticity. Hand crank chainstitch embroidery machines date all the way back to 1865 with Cornely’s Machine A.
“There's a difference between daddy and the cat," my grandmother said while we were eating dinner with her. Now we're adding Norwegian proverbs with each of our products.
What makes me love natural material is the way it adapts to the seasons and weather. Cools when it's hot, heats when it's freezing, transports sweat away from the body, and keeps the heat even when rain has soaked it, and isolates well when you use air gap space and the multi-layer principle.
First stop is Mount Cook. A drive through a valley and a small trek up a hill and we get to the glacier lake. Mount Cook blew my mind, but turning around and seeing the valley we drove through to get there took it to the next level. I love it when nature just shows off like this.
We were driving down the road towards the hill, and we passed one of the larger waterfalls in the area. The way it carves its way through the cracks in the mountains, and cascades down into a pool of crystal clear turquoise water, blew me away the first time I saw it. Next time I saw it, it blew me away again.
There are actually more ways than you might think, and the choice is all yours. Our models deliver as a tube that you are free to fold as you like, and the lack of any tags on the edges makes your freedom total. One thing I’ve noticed through selling beanies all across the world — no one wears it the same, and that is the beauty of it.