"This year I am making a conscious effort to set intention around my entire creative process. It is my utmost hope to choose handmade, wear handmade and advocate for handmade from the tips of my toes in gorgeously crafted Sandgrens clogs to slow made headbands keeping my wild mama hair out of fire’s way."
As a small business, we love to highlight other handmade goods from other smaller brands with you. It's always a joy to see the passion for handmade being shared across industries. Meet Maggie LaRue behind Alpha Kilo Metalworks.
Valentine's Day is around the corner and we couldn't be more excited! This day gives us a lot of joy and it gives us that little peak of Spring that we've been waiting for all winter (especially as a Swedish company). Take this time to spread love to people around you. Whether you're spending it by yourself, with your significant other, your family or your friends, we've gathered some inspiration for how to style your clogs for Valentine's Day.
We are proud to introduce our latest addition Stockholm – the minimalistic, comfortable clog style with an edge. When designing our clogs, we always keep three fundamental things in mind; high quality, versatility, and timeless design. The Stockholm styles have them all.
Having trouble finding the perfect gift for her? No worries, we’ve got your back. At Sandgrens we know that the perfect gift for her is a pair of our handmade Swedish clogs. Sandgrens has been making clogs for over a decade, and we pride ourselves on quality, craftsmanship, and of course, style. We are sure to have the perfect pair of handmade Swedish clogs to fit her lifestyle.
At Sandgrens, it is clear – the components of a pair of clogs travel through stations, not an assembly line. At our stations, each pair is touched by hand, one by one – as opposed to an assembly line where it's touched by a machine.
And it is here, where a detailed eye and skill of hand is reflected on the final product, that precision is key. The best make a skill seem easy, as the leather pieces glide effortlessly beneath a sewing needle, marrying each to become a clog.