Category: Museums

Medieval embroidery, a Viking exhibition and a few new things from the workshop

This summer I visited Uppsala cathedral, a magnificent church from the 16th century. I have wanted to go there for a long time, not just for the cathedral itself, but it hosts one of the finest collections of medieval embroidery in Sweden. Most of… Continue Reading “Medieval embroidery, a Viking exhibition and a few new things from the workshop”

Textile exclusively

This blog post will be about textile exclusively. In my world, there is so much interesting going on about textile so I have to tell you. It seems that textile art is becoming gradually more recognized as important and relevant, at least from my… Continue Reading “Textile exclusively”

October textile and jewellery

Autumn has arrived early this year with lots of rain and the leaves are already falling off after an outburst of autumn colours. Time for walks in parks in Stockholm and time for indoor activities like craft making! One of the last days in… Continue Reading “October textile and jewellery”

Back to Vinterviken, creative embroidery and a little webshop

Now in September, I had another weekend at Vinterviken gardens. Exciting to show my jewellery and nice company with the shopkeepers at the craft shop who run the craft shop as volunteers. Marie Oredsson is a fine potter and textile artist, take a look… Continue Reading “Back to Vinterviken, creative embroidery and a little webshop”

Guest crafter at Vinterviken and Stockholm in its prime

A weekend in May I had the opportunity to be a guest crafter at Vintervikens organic gardens close to Stockholm. It is a nonprofit organization with a beautiful garden, a vegetarian cafe and a craft shop among other things. It is so nice; if you are in Stockholm pay it a visit! Now I got […]