Book a tour at the weaving mill
Linen has been woven at Klässbol’s weaving mill for almost 100 years. Here you have the opportunity to experience the manufacturing of linen products close at hand. You can watch the entire production from warping and weaving till inspection and finished products. Our machinery contains everything from handlooms from the 19th century until complete modern weaving machines. It’s an excellent opportunity to walk around and find out more about the production on your own.You can buy first-class products at favourable fabric prices and also seconds at an even more reduced price.
Prices:300 SEK per person
For groups exceeding 30 persons we charge additionally 10 SEK each.
For booking please contact us:
Phone: +46 570 46 01 85
Welcome to an enjoyable experience of genuine swedish craftmanship!
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In Klässbol you can buy the linen towels Regnbåge and Signe in tasty colors. They dry quickly and are easy to carry.
The linen towels Säter and Haga are of classic weave patterns and techniques. They should really be used and may be used without ironed deleted or mangled.
How does your dream celebration look like? No matter how you choose to celebrate, we offer a lots of linen products perfect for occasions like this. Linen tablecloths, napkins. tablerunners, presents among other linnen products.
Take your interest in linen products one step further. Join the Linen Club and get tips, happenings and offers before everyone else by subscribing to our membership letters.
If you order in Sweden and want it delivered within the country and the amount is under 2499 SEK, you have the same shipping price – SEK 79, regardless of weight.
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