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Sweden - Yarn Shops and Crafts

Fargkraft AB
Yarn supplies, dyes and classes.

Borgs Vavgarner
My favourite shop for buying linen yarns from Sweden.

Holma-Helsinglands AB
The spinning mill that produces Bockens yarns.

Gudruns Ullbod
Handspinning classes, yarns and supplies.

Ostergotlands Ullspinneri
A Swedish spinning mill, yarn shop and wool products in felt and knitted
fabrics.

Silk Weaving Mill
Visit this interesting silk weaving mill.

Vavmagasinet
Of course, don’t forget to visit the Vav magazine website. Each issue is exciting and inspiring.

Yarn Shops

Sweden Yarn Shops
Iceland Yarn Shops
Finland Yarn Shops
Yarn Shops

Scandinavian Knitting Patterns

Latvian Mittens: Traditional Designs & Techniques
Latvian mittens from the various regions of the Baltic state

Swedish Knits: Classic and Modern Designs in the Scandinavian Tradition
This book brings the long-standing Swedish knitting tradition up-to-date with pieces that are as hip as they are fun to make.

Norwegian Handknits: Heirloom Designs from Vesterheim Museum
Folk mittens, socks, scarves, hats, wristers, handbags, knapsacks, and sweaters—all inspired by traditional knits housed in the museum.

Weaving Looms

 

Ebay Finds

- Current price: $53.00

Vintage wooden Table Top Weaving Loom Original all moveble parts quality - Current price: $100.00 - Auction

- Current price: $55.00

- Current price: $59.00

- Current price: $156.22

- Current price: $405.00

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