Celebrate Summer Solstice 

in Iceland and the Faroe Islands

The Two Pearls of the North Atlantic

June 16 - 30, 2025

An Icelandic and Faroese Knitting & Weaving Adventure

in the Land of Vikings, Fjords,Trolls & the Midnight Sun

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Both islands surprisingly accessible!

One can fly to the Faroe Islands on Icelandair with a free stop over in Iceland. No need to buy two tickets!



We invite you to explore two of the most dramatic natural landscapes on earth. There is no more breathtaking backdrop for a knitting and weaving adventure than the wilds of Western Iceland where nature reigns supreme and the rugged Faroe Islands.




Western Iceland

Pure and Natural, Just the Way Life Should Be


Iceland, an underpopulated island marooned near the top of the globe.

The power of Icelandic nature [can] turn the prosaic into the extraordinary.

Here you'll find some of the world's highest concentrations of dreamers,

authors, artists and musicians, all fueled by their surrounds.

~Lonely Planet


This region is a virtual microcosm of all Iceland has to offer. Its spectacular fjords, glaciers, valleys, volcanoes and mountains are quite literally straight out of Game of Thrones. The dramatic landscape was the setting for many of Iceland's Viking sagas. Knitting has been iconic here for centuries, and weaving was Iceland's main export until the 17th century. We will explore both arts along with natural dyeing with a local botanist and master dyer, have the chance to learn about Icelandic wool at a goat farm, knitting and/or weaving workshops and more. This will be our forth time to Iceland, and we keep discovering more treasures. We just can't stay away!

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The Faroe Islands

Untamed. Unexplored. Unimaginable.

Fillled with incrdible natural rugged beauty, the Faroe Islands are one of the world's best kept secrets. 


"A realm of austere beauty where crystal-clear mountain streams cascade down verdant hillsides dotted with turf-roofed homes, their timber walls painted a melee of reds, yellows and blues; a world where sea cliffs, teeming with birdlife, plummet precipitously into the churning Atlantic below; a world where the sea is all-powerful."

~ Bradt Faroe Islands



We will explore this amazing archipelago consisting of 18 islands which was settled several hundred years before the Vikings. Our focus will not only be on the stunning natural beauty, but also on the art of Faroese knitting and weaving and how it shaped their culture. From one of the largest puffin colonies in the world to the small, hardy breed of sheep that make these islands their home; from rugged rock stacks to Sørvágsvatn Lake which appears to hang directly over the sea, we'll delve into all of the island magic. 


Dates:  June 16 - 30, 2025

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Stay tuned for a detailed itinerary!