About my textiles, how they are made and my thoughts about them.

  • Norwegian fur sheep

    Norwegian Fur Sheep or Gorgeous Grey

      Is it actually possible to fall in love with yarn? The answer is a loud YES! I am definitively in love with this gorgeous yarn from Norwegian fur sheep.   Aren’t they lovely? These are Norwegian fur sheep, and the ones on the photo live at Stavseng farm in northern Norway. Thanks a lot to …

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  • Scarf squares

    Scarves for you!

    Finally I have had time to weave more scarves! They have been very popular and the last one was sold in November last year, but I never had the time to weave more of them. Last winter I worked very hard in order to finish my folk art project, and afterwards there were lots of …

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  • ulloliidni

    Sami wool shawls

    Last year Hilde Lund, a well-known Sami  crafts person , asked me if I would weave brown and grey sami wool shawls.  I told her I had to think it over. While weaving red, blue and green shawls for the local crafts store,  I felt the need to create other color combinations. After many sketches, …

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  • Mose, museører og sovjetbil – Spring Leaves, Moss and Sovjet Car

    Jeg har lenge vært opptatt av overflater og strukturer ute i naturen som bark, steiner, røtter, lav og mose. I have been intrigued by organic surfaces and their texture and structure for a long time. Tree bark, stones, roots, lichens and moss. Ullpleddet Bjørk laget jeg opprinnelig til konkurransen “Identitet”, organisert av Norges Husflidslag. Det er inspirert av …

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