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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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Soft mix of alpaca, silk and mohair
Carrie Rasmussen // Divine knitwear

Diva oozes extravagance and is inspired by Marilyn Monroe in the iconic film "Some like it hot". It is a wonderfully soft and luxurious explosion of silk, mohair, and alpaca. The blouse has a straight cut, deep armholes, and wide sleeves, and it falls heavy and beautiful.

Chunky pattern mix
Ditte Lerche

The designer has taken inspiration from Nina Simone's version of “Feeling Good” for this harmonious and extremely comfortable sweater in textured knit.

Cables in organized chaos
Katja Dyrberg // Popknit

Let yourself get lost in the many irregular cables that make up the pattern of this chunky sweater. The designer has taken inspiration from the sometimes irregular but still harmonious sound of jazz music.

A skirt for dancing
Sidsel Sangild

"The First Lady of Song", Ella Fitzgerald, was the greatest American jazz singer ever. She came from a poor background, but her talent gave her a long and glorious career. Music and dance are inextricably linked together, and this skirt has plenty of dance width.

Laced cables
Sanne Bjerregaard

Walking barefoot through the city on an early morning while the sun rises, the birds wake up and sing their morning song in the city parks.

Ruffles and puff sleeves
June Thomsen // Yarnloversnet

The London blouse is named after the famous jazz singer Julie London, whose career spanned four decades and whose distinctive voice has brought songs like “Cry Me a River” and “Fly Me to the Moon” to life.

Soft and relaxed
Nanna Gudmand-Høyer

Audrey is originally designed to be worn over tights to and from Pilates or yoga but is also extremely useful for a pit stop at a café - or to snuggle up in when you sit in the corner of the sofa after a long day.

Handsome basketweave pattern
Rachel Søgaard

Basketweave was first launched in 2011, knitted in Naturgarn.

Classic with a twist
Sanne Fjalland

Gardenia is a classic blouse with an eye-catching crochet decoration, inspired by Billie Holiday's iconic white Gardenia flower, which she often wore in her hair.

Intriguing grafic knits
Katja Dyrberg // Popknit

Contrasts, patterns, and habits that shift like night and day - this is jazz music for the designer - sometimes easy and accessible, other times dark and mysterious.

Chunky cables
Sanne Fjalland

Avantgarde is a soft, oversize sweater with fine cables and a rib pattern. With the wide stripes of the sweater, there are almost no limits to how you can mix your favourite colours.

For pilates or a night in town
Nanna Gudmand-Høyer

These socks are meant to keep your feet as warm as possible, even when you still need to stand firm. Whether you practice Pilates, yoga, or let yourself be seduced by the rhythms of jazz music in a magnificent jazz ballet session.

Christmas ornaments
Hanne Rimmen

"Jingle Bells" is one of the most famous American Christmas songs. Written by organist James Lord Pierpont way back in 1857 and originally sung by children's choirs in churches.

Delicate christmas sweater
Hanne Rimmen

Is the beautiful and feminine Christmas sweater for women who dream of a little extra.

Cosy christmas sweater
Hanne Rimmen

This beautiful Christmas sweater with spruce and snow is inspired by the lyrics in the song "Let It Snow". The song is about getting the absolute most out of a beautiful snowy day, enjoying the Christmas atmosphere and being with the ones you love.

Soft structure stripes
Else Schjellerup

Ginne is inspired by the soft jazz-pop genre. A new jazz singer has appeared on the Danish music scene; her name is Ginne Marker, and her tunes send out the most delicate jazzy sound waves, just like these structured stripes that float across the soft knitted surface.

A feminim wrap cardigan
Sanne Fjalland

The designer found the inspiration for the Norah cardigan in the music video “Don’t Know Why” by Norah Jones. The music gently wraps around the listener, and in the same way, the Norah cardigan is like a soft hug.

Grafic colour blocking
Sanne Bjerregaard

The cardigan is named after the wonderful Swedish jazz and pop singer Lisa Nilsson, whose soft, melodic voice warms your soul, just as a warm sweater can warm your body on a cold winter’s day.

Soft drape
Sarah Zachariasen // ByPapara

The sound of jazz is for the designer full of shapes and colours. Madison is a light and adorable crocheted blouse with raglan sleeves and a beautiful draping. The draping was particularly important when going dancing in 1920s jazz clubs.

Subtle stripes
Sanne Fjalland

The designer stumbled upon a photo of Miles Davis from 1969, where he is leaning against a red sports car, while wearing suede trousers and an open, dark blue shirt with a classic collar.

Structures
Maria Bach Jensen // Sanastrik

This sweater is inspired by the soft jazz genre. The kind of music you have in your ears when going for a walk through the woods on a beautiful autumn morning, where the fog lingers between the trees. When walking early mornings in nature you need a warm sweater under your jacket.

Playing with contrast colours
Ditte Lerche

Johnny Mercer wrote ”Skylark” in 1941 when he longed for Judy Garland, with whom he had a very short affair.

Broken stripes
Sanne Bjerregaard

Jan Johansson was a Swedish jazz pianist and composer who created a personal, subdued, and special Scandinavian jazz style with a particular Nordic tone. He became a household name in the 1960s as one of Europe's best jazz musicians.