The crafts of Scandinavia have been handed down for centuries. From carving to rosemaling, from knitting to hardanger, these Nordic traditions are still being practiced today. You can find crafts at our store here, needlework here,and knitting here.

We Wish You A Marius Christmas

This is the Marius pattern (shown here on a dishtowel). It is the most popular pattern for sweaters in Norway, ...
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The Care and Feeding of Hardanger and Other Hand Needlework

It's June, and for a lot of people, that means cleaning everything, including linens and any needlework items that see ...
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D is for Duodji

Anessa Andersland is the guest writer for this post. Anessa is the North American marketing agent for  ČálliidLágádus / Authors’ Publisher, ...
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Hardanger Embroidery with Laurie Olson Williams

Laurie Olson Williams teaches Hardanger embroidery at Ingebretsen's. We asked her to tell us a little about the history of ...
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Wheat Weaving with Bonnie Buzza

A couple of years ago I took a class in wheat weaving...and I got hooked! I love crafts of all ...
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Spin In!

The drop spindle is one of the oldest tools known to mankind - it has been in use since an ...
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