Dear knitters and crocheters

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.

Nanna Gudmand-Høyer


a simple, soft sweater
Rachel Søgaard

Sometimes all a gorgeous yarn needs is a simple design, to help it realise its full potential.
In this design the soft kid mohair, the silk and the alpacca play the main role - backed by lovely details such as broken rib and highlighted side and raglan seams.

a fine cardigan in narrow stripes
Hanne Pjedsted

A gorgeous cardigan with a round yoke and lovely little details. Hyben has a lovely feminine fit, as it has bust dart and neck shaping.

a rib hat
Janne Højfeldt

A lovely, warm har designed with a twist of luxury in the form of the Tilia mohair yarn, which is held together with Peruvian Highland Wool while knitting the crown of the hat.

a poncho with giga cables
Charlotte Kaae

I really love decorating knitting a creating new textures. For this design I’ve played around with i-cord and cables.

a slip stich jacket
Katrine Wohllebe

A warm jacket with pockets in a simple yet exciting slip stitch pattern. A fun and quick knit, and a warm and cosy knit for cold days. A definite candidate for favorite sweater.

a crocheted hat in rib
Sidsel Sangild

An easy hat in crochet rib pattern is always useful. It is easy and fast to crochet and wonderful to wear in this light and warm yarn combination.

a long cardigan
Luise Bjerre

My daughter asked me if I would knit her a long cardigan, and so I did. It is worked with one strand of Naturgarn - a chunky, soft wool yarn, and one strand of Tilia - a lovely, fluffy kid mohair and silk yarn.

a big, bold and beautiful crocheted shawl
Stine Gudmand-Høyer

A large crocheted shawl in a simple, open textured pattern. Use it around your shoulders as a stola, as a mini plaid or a scarf.

a light cowl
Stine Gudmand-Høyer

A very light cowl with diagonal stripes, hinting at an arrow shape (pil means arrow in Danish). The design is worked in two different yarns: Lambs wool and kid mohair, both of which are very warm and soft.