our superknitter ingun has knitted over 1000 sweaters
we did not celebrate it at all when ingun had knitted sweater number 1000 for us. we just didn't realize.
sustainable sweaters have put out the fire of burning wool
decency and common sense does not have that sexy sound. guðrun rógvadóttir held a speech that caught the attention of the danish in magazine.
we always had a dream to utilize more of the faroese sheepswool. that's what we're doing now.
nadda is knitting for her life
there are some syrian refugees among guðrun & guðrun’s knitters in jordan. one of them is nadda.
knitting for freedom: empowering refugees through employment
although the faroese fashion brand is embodied in tradition form the north-atlantic, a good part of their products is made by women in jordan.
thora has four kids, three dogs, one husband and a full-time job and she still has plenty of time for knitting.
syreen knits to help her family
syreen is a jordanian housewife, but after she has finished her daily housework, she knits to earn some extra money for the family.
the launch of gudrungudrun.fo
we love to play with language. you can sense a bit of the faroese language in the product names. it's time to communicate in our mother tongue digitally.
the story of our store building and our future plans
in the very heart of downtown tórshavn there is a 100 years old white three story house.
knitting, a job for everyone
it wasn’t just women who knitted in the faroes back in the day. knitting was essential and a job for everyone, no matter age or gender.
Capsule menswear collection from Guðrun & Guðrun with a hint of ACF
introducing the capsule menswear collection.
knitting for freedom
how jordanian women have the opportunity to do work for guðrun & guðrun to earn money while being a homemaker.
the knitting ladies of guðrun & guðrun
in addition to our faroese knitting ladies and our danish charity knitters, we are proud to have two women’s empowerment projects in jordan and in peru.
what we call slow-clothing
comfort, conscience, slowness and oceans of time are knitted into the clothes.
the history of guðrun & guðrun
for centuries the wool protected the faroese from the rough and wet climate.