The collaboration with Danish Hanne Vedel continues and we are now launching table runners, towels and napkins named after her grandchildren.
About Jennie Adén's towels Säter and Haga
The linen towels Säter and Haga are inspired by classic weave patterns and techniques, but instead of weaving straight, the patterns are hand-painted in irregular lines to create life and movement. These towels should really be used and may be used without being ironed or mangled. Just remove them from the washing machine and let them dry. You can also hang them so that both sides are visible.
The towels are deigned by Svensk Tenn’s latest Design Awarded Jennie Adén. Jennie is considered one of Sweden’s largest design promises and originally comes with topsoil in the pockets from Sölje. Read about her at Kurbits webpage. Jennie did Beckamn’s internship at Klässbols where she among other things designed the towels Säter and Haga.
Jennie about Jennie:
By “digging where I stand” I want to highlight the local opportunities and materials that exist in a small area. I am driven by working with the entire design process, from the processing of raw materials to the design and manufacture of products, I often use raw materials from and around Sölje, where I have a strong personal connection. Sölje is on the other side of Glafsfjorden from Klässbol.
In 2018, I graduated from the Product Design at Beckmans College of Design. Throughout my life I have been interested in textiles and in my design I often work with weaving, felting and dyeing. I am inspired by historical craftsmanship in combination with today’s needs, resources and techniques. We humans must relate to a more sustainable lifestyle and consumption habits, so with Klässbols Linneväveri high quality and local production are the choice obvious.
Read mor about Jenni on her webpage
Säter is available as unbleach och black.
Haga is available in denim /jeans blue.