It was wiped and paddled at the weaving mill during the autumn of 2018. The reason was not that Christmas was approaching but around a certain “blue order”. An order that came to be our biggest ever with 48,000 items. Customers and Klässbol’s customer, Hanne Vedel, are known around the world for their high-quality fabrics in timeless design for, among others, the UN’s main building in New York, the Folketinget in Damark, hundreds of churches and countless homes and offices. This particular order job would finally be given on Christmas gift to Danfoss Denmark’s 6,000 employees, and since Danfoss previously owned Thermia in Arvika, discretion was important so that the surprise was not to be spoiled.
98 million meters of blue yarn was used to make 24,000 napkins and 24,000 tablets. It was scrapped, woven, calendered (mangeled), appeared, healed, made up, ironed, packaged and finally shipped over Öresund. Why the blue was chosen by Hanne and her team was because that color is considered suitable for kitchen utensils best.
Everything was to be delivered a few weeks before Christmas and when the weaving mill had previously received larger orders, a shorter period could have been set aside without having to push the workflow too much. But this time it was different when it took a great deal of early summer and autumn to get ready. This meant that some adjustments in workflows had to be changed. The production line was strict and everyone really did their utmost to get the best result possible.
The work in itself was a nice challenge for the company and a unique opportunity to show that we can receive really big orders.
Watch the film below that Sven Dall (Hanne Vedel’s son) did during his days visiting with us.
Do you prefer to watch it on our Youtube channel then you do it here
To those who wonder if you will be able to buy these “blue products” then they will be on the second sorting in the store at Klässbol until further notice
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.
As early as the Stone Age, people were also to dress linen, even if the major part was used for utility products such as rope, fishing nets etc. in the ancient Egypt people started early on to dress themselves in beautiful, cool clothes…