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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.

Serdecznie pozdrawiam,
Nanna Gudmand-Høyer
Filcolana

Nowości

En sjov og sød cardigan med flæser
Mie Firring Christiansen

Sjov og legende cardigan der henvender sig til børn. Cardiganen er feminin med en sporty stribe ned langs ærmerne. Leg med farverne i Filcolanas skønne Indiecita, og lad flæsen stå i kontrast til bundfarven.

striped 80s inspired sweater
Ditte Lerche

I love stripes! This 80s inspired sweater has a slightly oversize silhouette, striped black and white sleeves and wider stripes on the body.

a colour happy skirt
Mie Firring Christiansen

Nadia is a colour happy striped skirt with a good amount of width, so it is perfect for twirling.
Together with the sweater Soleima this design is part of a set, which isn’t too warm and doesn’t itch.

a colour happy sweater
Mie Firring Christiansen

Soleima is a lovely, colour happy sweater with a fun and playful detail on the sleeves.
Together with the skirt Nadia this design is part of a set, which isn’t too warm and doesn’t itch.

a sweater in a simple lace pattern
Ditte Lerche

Around Kandestederne in Denmark, the heather covers the ground as far as the eye can see, like a beautiful soft looking greyish purple blanket.

a simple feminine sweater
Nanna Gudmand-Høyer

With inspiration from the blue of the sea and the sky, Filcolana’s Pernilla in the shade Fisherman’s Blue was the ideal choice for an oversize fisherman’s sweater design. The pattern consists of knits and purls, as well as a small cable, and is inspired by classic Guernsey sweaters.

En klassisk sømandssweater
Rachel Søgaard

With inspiration from the blue of the sea and the sky, Filcolans Pernilla in the shade Fisherman’s Blue was the ideal choice for an oversize fisherman’s sweater design. The pattern consists of knits and purls, as well as a small cable, and is inspired by classic Guernsey sweaters.

an elegant sweater for boys
Trine Frank Påskesen

Martinus is inspired by the Skagen painters’ portrayals of the tough but authentic environment around the fishermen of the time. This is an everyday design with a good, comfortable fit and room for movement.

a lovely, simple sweater for childern
Trine Frank Påskesen

This sweater is inspired by lovely fall and spring days spent in a summerhouse, taking long walks at the beach and then snuggling up in front of a fire the fireplace afterwards. Leave out the slits and the design is perfect for boys as well.

a sweater with a rhombus pattern
Ditte Lerche

The designer Ditte Lerche drew inspiration for the rhombus pattern of this sweater from the look of the lovely traditional timber framed houses in the old town of Skagen.

a beautiful, long cardigan
Karen S. Lauger

The designer Karen Skriver Lauger has found the inspiration for the ”Georgine” design in the beautiful warm and vibrant colours of the flowers and the beautiful blue wall in Anna Syberg’s painting ”Georginer i et glas” (Dahlias in a glass).

a heart cables cardigan for girls
Signe Strømgaard

This cardigan is inspired by the airy, feminine mood in Anna Ancher’s gorgeous painting of a young girl in a pink dress, braiding her hair as the summer light cascades through the window. The cardigan is designed to have a loose fit and be slightly long, to make it lovely and cosy.

a warm snuggle bag and suit for babies
Hanne Pjedsted

En fleksibel og varm kørepose-dragt, der kan bruges både i barnevognen og i autostolen, fordi man nemt kan knappe den op og ”skabe” ben, så autostolens sikkerhedsseler kan spændes rigtigt.

a beautiful, soft evening shawl
Rachel Søgaard

The colours of the “Rigmor” shawl are inspired by P. S. Krøyer’s painting ”Aftenstemning fra Skagen” (Evening at Skagen). The dark greyish purple and green of the heather and the pink hues of the sunset, fading into the bright blue of the sky.

a lovely colourwork hat
Karen S. Lauger

Strandsennep is a lovely hat with sweet little chains of flowers worked in stranded knitting. The pattern is simple and gives you the perfect opportunity to play with colours. Strandsennep literally translates into ‘beach mustard’, but the plant is named Sea rocket in English.

en feminine cardigan for litle girls
Trine Frank Påskesen

A warm cardigan is a wardrobe essential. Ellinor has a pretty feminine look with a round yoke and a box pleat between the shoulders in the back, giving it a lovely A line shape. The yoke is decorated with rows of little buds shaped like tiny tulip leaves.

et florlet og blødt sjal
Karen S. Lauger

Designet er et sjal inspireret af Holger Drachmanns maleri ”Havet i oprør. Skagens gren”. Hulmønstrene i sjalet fortælle historien om havstrømmene der mødes og skilles, bruser og skummer. Sjalet er florlet og blødt som skumsprøjt og havdis.

a feminine sweater
Rachel Søgaard

Everybody could use a lovely, soft sweater to wear on crisp autumn days or under the coat later in the season, when the weather turns cold.

en lang, patentstrikket cardigan
Rachel Søgaard

blomster, der vokser langs husmure og stakitter i Skagen by.
Denne lange cardigan i tofarvet halvpatent har mørkeblå bund som havet på en skyet dag og kontrastfarver øverst, der kunne lede tanken hen på blot et par af stokrosernes farver.

a long cabled cardigan
Signe Strømgaard

Leonora is a long loosely fitting cardigan inspired by the Skagen painters’ beautiful paintings of the Nordic light over the coastline, with the dark sea below and the tattered clouds above. The cables lift from a sea of purl stitches as the clouds above the sea.

a lovely baby dress and bonnet
Karen S. Lauger

The little baby dress and bonnet is inspired by the beautiful painting ”Corydalis”by Anna Syberg. The flowers’ latin name is corydalis, which gives the design its name.

a lovely dress for girls
Trine Frank Påskesen

The Danish painter Marie Krøyer, lived in a time of lace, light dresses and feminine silhouettes and this has been the inspiration for Trine Påskesen’s ”Dagmar” dress: The tight bodice, the gathered skirt and the many fine, little details like the slit at the shoulder and the lace panel down the

a classic fisherman’s sweater
Rachel Søgaard

Wool is the best material if you want to stay warm, since wool feels dry and warm even when it gets quite wet. The Skagen firshermen of olden times knew this, and dressed in woollen sweaters and oilskin rain gear to keep out the wet and cold.