United Nations Women´s Guild Bazaar

This november we took part in the yearly United Nations Women´s Guild Bazaar. 
"Every year, the United Nations Women's Guild in Geneva, in collaboration with the Permanent Missions accredited to the United Nations, the Geneva government authorities and business community organizes an International Bazaar and Lottery to raise funds for disadvantaged children around the world".
The Icelandic booth drew a lot of attention. There you could find childrenswear, salt, books and history maps.
"Over the years, the Bazaar has become the premier event in the international community. The UNWG Bazaar attracts more than 6 000 visitors and raises approximately 300 000 CHF. International arts, crafts and foods stalls sell their wares and lottery tickets are on sale with over 200 fabulous prizes to be won." 
United Nations Women's Guild
One happy customer (or two).
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Here you can see the projects that were supported last year
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A great blog about knitting

Thank you Linda Hansen for your comments about As We Grow knitting products on your wonderful blogsite loopknitting.blogspot.no. Linda has passion for knitting and started to knit when she was only 5 years old, and since she was 20 she has been knitting almost every day. A great blog about everything related to knitting. 

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As We Grow children's clothes now in stores

Mýrin is an Icelandic Design shop located in shopping mall Kringlan.  They were the first shop to start selling our line.  We are so happy with how Karitas, the lovely shop assistant, arranged the clothes on display.

We are happy to aanounce that you can now get As We Grow at Barnabúðin, Mýrin and Rammagerðin

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Snoop-Around interviews the As We Grow team

The Snoop-Around people came to visit us for some photos and info about our label.

[caption id="attachment_469" align="aligncenter" width="614"] María, Me (Guðrún) and Gréta. Photo: Nanna Dís[/caption]

 

To read the interview and see more pictures go to Snoop-Around

It is also published in issue 14 2012 of The Reykjavik Grapevine

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