An unique danish textile company located on Bornholm, in the middle of the Scandinavian Baltic sea. A world of crafts combined with fashion, where ancient traditions are transformed into new designs. A cottage industry creating wool and fabric garments, knitted and sewn into sweaters, poncho's, dresses, pillows, coats, accessories……………..
Knitted Collar- turquoise/yellow Cold seasons require something warm and protective to wear around the neck. Collar is a knit turtleneck with a zip. It is made with rib stich, and after knitting it is gently felted to make the material soft and compact. The material is 100% lambswool. Collar is an alternative to the classic tubular wool scarf. Most people find it uncomfortable to pull a tubular scarf on and off, but the zipp solves the problem. The zip is a comforable and functionel feature that sets Collar apart from the normal tubular scarf. The zip is also an example of Timmi Kromann`s special signature in form of a quirky or surprising element. You can see and read more here: www.kokolores.dk Posted by: www.holidaysonbornholm.com – we have the perfect situated 3 bedroom holiday apartment waiting for you on the Island of Bornholm 🙂
On Saturday and Sunday, November 28-29, 2015 you can see the Christmas Ship come to Køge with the big Bornholmian Christmas Market onboard. See and experience the Bornholmian Christmas Ship in the harbour of Køge (50 kms south of Copenhagen). Once a year the Bornholmian motorferry M/F Povl Anker is transformed into a big floating Christmas Market with a lot of Christmas atmosphere and hundreds of ideas for great Christmas presents. Local producers from the Island offer Bornholmian Arts & Crafts and goodies for great and small.
Lørdag, den 28. og søndag, den 29. november 2015 er der igen julehygge og bornholmske varer i Køge havn, når Juleskibet fra Bornholm kommer sejlende. Igen i år kan du opleve det bornholmske juleskib i Køge havn. Fra nederste vogndæk og til op under skorstenen kommer færgen M/F Povl Anker – lastet med en masse julehygge og gode julegaveidéer. Ombord på skibet er der et stort julemarked for alle sanser: Lokale producenter fra øen tilbyder bornholmsk kunsthåndværk og bornholmske lækkerier til store og små. Der vil også være enkelte turist- og servicevirksomheder tilstede på Juleskibet, som lægger til på Baltic kaj i Køge havn.
Veteranbus mellem Køge torv og Juleskibet Som i tidligere år er det muligt gratis at køre med Veteranbus til og fra Juleskibet. Veteranbussen kører hver halve time mellem Køge Torv, Køge Station og Juleskibet på Baltic Kaj.
Billetter kan også købes online Entrébilletter til Juleskibet kan købes i Færgens terminal eller online. Julemarkedet har åbent lørdag fra kl. 10-18 og søndag fra kl. 10-16, hvorefter skuden vender næsen mod Bornholm igen.
Don`t miss out on this great artist. Bente Hammer (born 1950) is a Danish textile artist and fashion designer. She moved to the island of Bornholm in 1987 where she opened a workshop and boutique in an old smithy in the willage Nyker In 2011, she opened a second store in Svaneke together with the jewellery designer Nina Schrøder.
She is said to make "one-of-a-kind clothing made of handprinted textiles". She uses a wealth of different materials in her works and has created many colorful printed fabrics. A kimono designed by Hammer was presented to Queen Margrethe on the occasion of her 70th birthday by Bornholm Regional Municipality. In October 2012, Hammer who is a member of ACAB Arts and Crafts Bornholm was, together with the association's president, Maibritt Jønsson, selected to represent the island of Bornholm at a conference on creative design in eastern Iceland with a view to inspiring local craftsmen in their work. You can read more here: www.bentehammer.dk/
When a new idea begins to take shape, I have to start experimenting. It is always interesting to see where it takes me. Nothing is given upfront because the process mostly takes another direction than first planned. I make everything as well as hand knitted on my old domestic knitting machine. After knitting it is being washed – perhaps felted – and put out to dry and finally evaluated. This is how I work, at first with the knitted samples and later – after several experiments – with the final piece. I enjoy taking part in every process and hope that it is reflected in my works. You can read more about her here: www.strikkefryd.dk #artandcraftbornholm#knitting#felt#strikkefryd#holidaysonbornholm#bornholm
Wherever you travel on Bornholm you will come across small independent ceramicists’ and glass-blowers’ studios. A couple of kilometres south of Gudhjem is one of the best: Baltic Sea Glass. It’s a large, modern workshop and showroom with regularly changing exhibitions, as well as a permanent display showcasing the work of Maibritt Jönsson and Pete Hunner. You can read more here: www.balticseaglass.dk/
Wherever you travel on Bornholm you will come across small independent ceramicists’ and glass-blowers’ studios. A couple of kilometres south of Gudhjem is one of the best: Baltic Sea Glass. It’s a large, modern workshop and showroom with regularly changing exhibitions, as well as a permanent display showcasing the work of Maibritt Jönsson and Pete Hunner.
You can read more here: www.balticseaglass.dk/
Is located about six kilometers north of Gudhjem in one of Denmark’s most spectacular scenery. And with an area of 4000 square meters spread over three levels the museum terrain natural decline against the rocky coast. In the old days, people used to the area because of the sanctuary source, who was assigned a healing power. Today symbolizes the experiences, recreation and spiritual development. And the source now runs in a fountain through the entire museum building before it is fed into the Baltic Sea through a small wishing well. In this way, the architecture, considered one of Scandinavia beads, in itself an artistic experience with its beautiful, bright room.
You can read more about Bornholm Art Gallery here: www.bornholms-kunstmuseum.dk/
Throughout history, painters have been fascinated by the extraordinary light on Bornholm. Towards the end of the 19th century, it attracted names like Zartmann, Drachmann and Bornholm-born Michael Ancher. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Bornholm School was founded, featuring artists such as Weie, Rude, Isakson and Høst. You can see their colourful works on display at Bornholm's Art Museum in Rø and there is a museum dedicated solely to Oluf Høst, who was born and raised on Bornholm, in Gudhjem, you can also enjoy th garden and have a nice cup of tea