The Norwegian Textile Letter is a publication for fans of Norwegian (and other Scandinavian) fibre activities, published since 1994. Scholarly or informative articles aim to raise the level of knowledge about historical and contemporary weaving and other textile techniques in Scandinavian countries, and highlight related activities in the United States.
Image: typical danskbrogd designs. Image above: Danskbrogd combined with krokbragd; sample, front and back, by Jan Mostrom.
Occasionally, several articles in one issue highlight a particular weaving technique. Danskbrogd is a little-known weave structure found in a small area of Vest-Agder, Norway, with characteristic geometric patterns in a light colour against a dark background....................................................
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