On their travels, the two Danish sisters fell in love with Sri lanka and its beautiful people. Sri lanka is one of the most poorest countries in the world, however it’s a country rich in culture with a population that “possess incredible resilience”. It was important for for the two Danish sisters to maintain close links with their suppliers in Nepal.
The wool used to make their articles is sourced from New Zealand. The sisters are keen on Eco friendly products, the wool is therefore dyed with such. Sequins, beads and
threads are sourced locally in various markets in Kathmandu. All their products are made by hand. En Gry and Sif ensure that their products are manufactured under porper conditions and that their workers are paid a decent wage for their work., beacuse of this, they are certified by the World Fair Trade Organisation. Today about 700 people in Nepal are employed making products for En Gry and Sif.