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We a happy to present a new yarn, and hope you will give "Tiliaa warm reception. Tilia is a gorgeous mix of glossy mulberry silk surrounded by a cloud of the lightest kid mohair. On the technical side Tilia is a fine, worsted spun and brushed yarn. You can of course knit Tilia on its own, but we recommend knitting it held together with one of our other yarns. New Zealand lammeuld and Indiecita are wonderful held together with Tilia.

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a delicate textured knit
Eva Fibæk

Syreni is a classic tight-fitting cardigan with a deep V-neck and a full-length slim sleeve. It is knitted in a wavy pattern that creates the illusion of fish scales. ‘Syreni’ means mermaid in Latin and who doesn’t dream of being able to swim like a mermaid when you meet the sea?

classic stripes
Maria Bach Jensen

This sweater is inspired by a fishing trip on the pier in the sunset glow, a trip that the designer's son loves to go on with his grandfather. The sweater is warm and comfy, and great to wear when the wind bites.

beautiful lace
Carrie Rasmussen

The cliff is the boundary between sea and land. There, on the sand-clad banks, the view of the sea is magnificent. The moment fades into the infinity of the sea, and the soft sand reveals the secrets of the sea, washed up through millennia.

graphic stripes
Hanne Rimmen

Skipper's sailor sweater is probably the knit over them all; a real classic that goes way back in history. This type of knit was originally intended for sailors who were going out to sea and therefore had a special need for warm and resilient clothing.

an intriguing technique
Sarah Zachariasen

The house the designer lives in was previously owned by a local fisherman. When the designer and her family moved into the house, they found old fishing nets and ruses everywhere.

a soft warm feeling
Hanne Rimmen

The pattern and colour of this cowl is inspired by the changing water levels of the sea between ebb and flow, which result in the fine lines on the shore when the water recedes.

beautiful textured crochet
Sarah Zachariasen

The designer lives on a small island, so water is a big part of her everyday life. She loves watching the life of the waves, whether they are big, small or not at all. Therefore, water and especially waves have been the source of inspiration for this design.

a lovely ribpattern
Hanne Rimmen

The pattern and colour of the hat is inspired by the changing water levels of the sea between ebb and flow, which results in the fine lines on the shore when the water recedes.

a soft luxury feeling
Hanne Rimmen

This soft and warm sweater with the characteristic rounded Nordic yoke is inspired by beach life and its great contrasts; storm and silence, rows of lyme grass as far as the eye can see, and the eternal sea.

textured stripes
Katja Dyrberg

The ripples on the sea surface are repeated in the West Coast slipover, where the pattern is formed by ridges knitted in different yarn qualities. The waves are broken by the vertical lines in the rib, which are emphasized by the twisted stitches.

pencil skirt with delicate details
Carrie Rasmussen

The cliff is the boundary between sea and land. There, on the sand-clad banks, the view of the sea is magnificent. The moment fades into the infinity of the sea, and the soft sand reveals the secrets of the sea, washed up through millennia.

a soft mesh pattern
Katja Dyrberg

You need to swim fast, little fish, if you are not to get caught in the fisherman's net. The decorative mesh pattern that is consistent throughout the sweater brings fishing net to mind. The structure makes the sweater light, airy, and warm at the same time.

glittery stripes
June Thomsen

If you were young in the 90s, you probably remember that French Jean Paul Gaultier was at the height of his career when he launched his iconic sailor blouse: An off-white long-sleeved T-shirt with dark blue stripes.

delicate stripes
Karen S. Lauger

Inspiration for the shawl comes from the coastal sand grooves on the flat beaches on the Wadden Sea coast. The wind and the water create the wavy grooves that capture the light
and cast shadow in an eternal dance in the changing weather.

beautiful soft brioche cables
Else Schjellerup

At the northernmost point of Denmark lies Grenen. Here you can experience the fascinating sight where Skagerrak meets Kattegat, wave against wave, just like the twisted cables of this children’s slipover.

an intriguing graphic pattern
Gitte Juhler

According to Roman mythology, Neptune is the god of the sea, and he rules his kingdom with the trident in hand. The vertical lines of the trident have been an inspiration to this very graphic design, which blends beautifully with the soft expression of the yarn.

cozy oversize
Rachel Søgaard

This design is a lovely cardigan in bomber-fit, and the inspiration for the pattern is found in the traditional sweaters of the Dutch fishermen. The sweater is knitted in a wonderful mix of Peruvian and Tilia. The model is knitted top-down with a very spacious fit.

bold stripes for the playground
Sanne Bjerregaard

As a sailor on a ship, it is necessary to have a good, warm sweater. The pattern in this design provides a firm and tight sweater due to the floats running on the wrong side. It is perfect for playing in the garden, a trip to the playground, or on board a boat.

a beatiful textured knit for feet
Rachel Søgaard

Thorsminde is a pair of delicate socks, which you can easily show off under a pair of slightly blunt trousers or a midi-length dress. The socks are decorated with a small mock cable, a simple slipped stitch, and a neat, easy knit and purl pattern.

soft and cozy cables
Ditte Lerche

If you have ever dipped your toes in the water's edge along the Danish coasts, you probably know the feeling of the soft seaweed on your legs and feet. This slipover is just as soft.

delicate stripes
Else Schjellerup

At the coast, it may be necessary to build breakwaters to protect the shoreline. When the waves break, the most beautiful aqua colours appear in the water; from the deep dark blue to the light aqua-coloured streaks of foam. The design plays with verticals lines in reverse stockinette.

a lovely textured knit
Maria Bach Jensen

Kronborg is based on the Rosenborg children's blouse from our AW20 collection. The model is short with wide sleeves and a high neck and is beautiful on most female bodies, regardless of it being used with a pair of jeans or a skirt.

a beautiful and feminim pattern
Katja Dyrberg

Sea of Love is a classic fine and feminine cardigan with a short fit. The beautiful rib pattern embraces you like a sea of love.

cables on both sides
Rachel Søgaard

The patterns in the Dutch fishermen's sweaters have been the inspiration for these mittens with mock cables that would remind you of fishermen's rope. The right and left mittens are knitted identically so they can be worn on both sides. This gives them a slightly longer shelf life.

a warm and cozy sweater
Maria Bach Jensen

This sweater is inspired by the classic striped sailor sweaters. The fit is oversize with long sleeves with roll-ups, turtle neck, and side slits. It is absolutely perfect to jump into on cold days in the cottage or on a walk by the water.

sailor's sweater with a twist
Rachel Søgaard

Traditional sweaters of Dutch fishermen have been the inspiration for this sweater. The model is a classic sailor sweater in a slightly more neat and close-fitting shape.
If you prefer a more loose fit, choose a larger size.

beautiful soft brioche cables
Else Schjellerup

At the northernmost point of Denmark lies Grenen. Here you can experience the fascinating sight where Skagerrak meets Kattegat, wave against wave.

a fun to knit slipover
Sanne Bjerregaard

A ship's boy speeds up and solves many different tasks on board. This has given inspiration for the slipover, where the designer has played with the knitting directions. The slipover is knitted first from the sides, and then from the top down.