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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 soft and light sweater
Charlotte Kaae

A lovely soft and light cabled sweater. The sweater has a beautiful cable placed assymetrically down one side, as well as an elegantly constructed shoulder seam.

a cool raglan kids’ sweater
Maria Bach Jensen

The simple and timeless stripe pattern in the yoke of the sweater is inspired by the brickwork on the iconic church Grundtvigskirken in Copenhagen. The design is timeless and classic and can be worked in a wealth of different colour combinations for both boys and girls.

a classic sweater
Hanne Rimmen

This design is a new Nordic interpretation of a classic colourwork sweater. Christianshavn is an area of Copenhagen that was named after the king himself in 1692. The neighbourhood was first founded off the coast of Amager as a place for ships to dock.

a beautiful and simple sweater
Hanne Rimmen

This classic sweater is inspired by the beautifully dilapidated and at the same time very hip area of Copenhagen called Holmen.

a striped sweater for kids
Ditte Lerche

A stylish and “street” sweater for cool girls and boys. This is the perfect chance to create a matching set of grownup/kid sweaters with our lovely Molly and Polly designs for women.

a soft and stylish sweater
Ditte Lerche

Storkespringvandet is a charming and very centrally located fountain in Copenhagen. The smooth bronze surfaces and the tumbling water reflect the light in the most beautiful way.

a flower patterned sweater
Hanne Rimmen

In the centre of Copenhagen lies the beautiful Rosenborg castle, that was built as a summerhouse for king Christian IV in the then newly established Kongens Have (the King’s Garden) park.

a lovely cabled kids' sweater
Maria Bach Jensen

This sweater is inspired by the many towers and castles that were built in Copenhagen in the 1600s. Among these the spire on Børsen that reaches towards the sky in a spiral and the gorgeous ornaments that decorate the beautiful brickwork on Rosenborg Castle.

a lovely feminine sweater
Katja Dyrberg

The design encapsulates the yearning to return home to ”my Copenhagen”. Home to the lovely red brick facades along the street of Nørrebrogade towards Den Røde Plads (The Red Square).

a cool men's sweater
Sanne Bjerregaard

Hallandsgade is a narrow, winding street located in one of the old working class neighbourhoods of Amager. The charming old buildings a painted in many different colours and have many different shapes, and this is the inspiration for this sweater.

a lovely women's vest
Rachel Søgaard

Nationalbanken (The National Bank) is considered one of the architect Arne Jacobsen’s main works. The facades are covered in the Porsgrunn marble that he often used – among other places also on the city hall in Aarhus.

a beautiful cabled sweater
Rachel Søgaard

One of the most iconic spires of Copenhagen is Dragespiret (the Dragon Spire) on the building that formerly held the Copenhagen stock exchange (Børsen). The spire is made up of four dragon tails twisted around each other.

a beatiful sweater with a round yoke
Rachel Søgaard

Christiansborg Castle located on The Royal Dockyard in the centre of Copenhagen, houses the Danish parliament, the Supreme Court and the Ministry of the State. An imposing building, which has burned down and has been rebuilt more than once.

a gorgeous sweater
Sanne Bjerregaard

Amager Fælled (Amager Common) is a gorgeous recreational area only 15 minutes by car from the centre of Copenhagen. Here you find both meadows and woods, as well as rich and complex fauna.

a cool hat for kids
Rachel Søgaard

Nikolaj kirke (Nikolaj Church) – which has not functioned as a church since 1805 but has been a vibrant art gallery instead – is crowned with one of the iconic spires of Copenhagen.

a beautiful slipover
Sanne Bjerregaard

When the Amager incineration plant was due for renovation, the architect Bjarke Ingels was hired for the job.

a gorgeous baby blanket
Sanne Bjerregaard

Ørestad is a newly developed part of Copenhagen, located on the island of Amager. Ørestad is made up of residential buildings in many different creative shapes and colours.

a cute dress for girls
Ditte Lerche

Amaliehaven is a new interpretation of our very popular design Kastellet. An adorable design knitted in cosy alpacca.

a lovely textured slipover
Sanne Bjerregaard

Femøren is a part of Amager Strandpark (Amager beach park). It consists of a circular lawn surrounded by beautiful old trees that lies right next to Øresund (the strait of water between Denmark and Sweden). This is where is spent much of my youth.

a kids’ sweater with a round yoke
Rachel Søgaard

Nikolaj kirke (Nikolaj Church) – which hasn’t functioned as a church since 1805, but has been a vibrant art gallery instead – is crowned with one of the iconic spires of Copenhagen.

a lovely striped sweater
Ditte Lerche

Højbro Plads is inspired by the designer’s fond childhood memories of visiting to her grandpar-ents who lived in the centre of Copenhagen. Memories of sitting in their home and eagerly reading the “Where’s Wally?” books that are now part of the inspiration behind this design.

a simple rib sweater
Signe Strømgaard

This simple rib sweater is inspired by the neighbourhood of Copenhagen called Vesterbro, where the designer lives. The style is straightforward, and the sweater is gorgeously soft and warm.

a gorgeous, long cardigan
Sanne Bjerregaard

Amager Strand (Amager Beach) is located only 5 km from the centre of Copenhagen and is a favourite getaway for Copenhagen residents on hot summer days and evenings.

a soft shawl
Signe Strømgaard

The shawl is inspired a pretty little street that lies on the border between the Vesterbro and Frederiksberg neighbourhoods in Copenhagen.

a cool sweater for kids
Sanne Bjerregaard

The street Sverrigsgade runs parallel to Hallandsgade and is part of one of the old working class neighbourhoods of Amager. The cobbled street used to be lined with charming old housing association houses painted in many different colours.

a lovely light shawl
Karen S. Lauger

The shawl is inspired by the rows of beautiful classical buildings in Copenhagen.

a sweet girls' sweater
Sanne Bjerregaard

Kongelunden (the King’s grove) is the largest wood on Amager and was planted in the beginning of the 19th century. The original plan for the wood is still very evident in the rectangular layout and the paths crossing in straight angles.

a cardigan with glitter
Nanna Gudmand-Høyer

The designer wanted a cardigan with glitter. A cardigan with glitter that caught the spring sunshine, but still with the feel and look of a gorgeous woollen cardigan.