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Spring is approaching and summer is just around the corner. The summer makes most people's hearts beat a little extra. We dream about summer dinners by the sea with nicely set table. Read the story about our classical Fiskmåsen.
Fiskmåsen a true classic from Klässbols Linneväveri
"Julia på Stampen" was a woman who returned from America in 1915 and settled on "Stampen" in Klässbol. The house was popularly called that, of which Julia got the nickname "Julia på Stampen". The house was to be renovated and during the demolition work Julia found various textiles that were used as sealing material between the logs. Among these was a pattern that appealed to Julia in particular, whereupon she showed it to Hjalmar Johansson, the first generation of weavers in the Johansson family. Maybe he would like to take on the pattern and create a motif of these free-flying gulls? Dick Johansson, grandson of Hjalmar, says: "As history can confirm, Grandpa totally fell for the pattern. It came into production in the living room of the home in 1921 on the large installed jacquard loom. It was so large that a hole had been made in the ceiling up to the second floor where the jacquard was placed in the bedroom. All eight children slept there. And they slept well as long as the loom waved and rocked them to sleep, said my father Vitalis, who was one of the children. "
You find Fiskmåsen at Klässbols website. Welcome to visit us there!