Today I am insanely proud of my sister Stephanie! Yesterday she opened her own store (can you believe it, the two of us who have never owned stores open one each just days apart?!) in Gamla Stan, “Old town” in Stockholm!
Stephanie loves knitting and DIY projects. And she is very, very good at it! She felt that some of the materials she wanted for her craft where not available in Stockholm and therefor she decided to open a store with all those great items herself.
She also sells stationary like cool writing books and pens.
Some of the writing books are made from stone paper (yes, paper made out of actual stones – perhaps the future for our trees on this planet). The paper is incredibly smooth and won’t rip.
Japanese paper clips I didn’t know that I needed, but I do!
Do you people know what Sublime stitching is? I didn’t until my sister showed it to me. It is almost like the “tattoos” of embroidery. I took some images of the net to show you.
And, of course, my Bag-all bags will be available in the store. Unfortunately they won’t be there until next week, but after that you will be able to get them at Makeri 14. Stephanie uses my letter bags for her different knitting project. I never thought of that use when creating them, but apparently they are perfect for that!!
Never, never, never give up!!!
Eggzactly! We are not planning to my sister and I!
PS If you want to get any of these great items and don’t live in Stockholm you can always contact her on: email@example.com or go visit her on Köpmangatan 14!!
The Bag-all Asia Tour is soon coming to an end. We are filled with energy and impressions from this beautiful continent. After meeting so many nice people and seeing amazing places, this trip has left us feeling extremely inspired.
Tokyo has been particularly inspiring and its with a long list of new product ideas that we will be heading back to New York. So stay tuned for new, upcoming favorites to our collections!
No rest for the wicked! We started off this year by traveling to Asia, where we've been visiting suppliers, customers and fabric markets in Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Shanghai.
Now it's time to keep on moving and our next destination is Japan. We're very excited, especially about visiting Bag-all Travel Pop-up stores in Tokyo.
If you want to know more, follow our trip on Instagram: @bag_all.