Kay LARSON, distinguished author

In the upcoming two-issue focus on danskbrogd, a lesser-known Norwegian weave structure from Vest Agder, Norway, we received permission to reproduce the chapter on the technique from Katherine Larson’s excellent book on Norwegian weaving, The Coverlets of Norway. I hope she forgives me for once again making the mistake of writing Nelson instead of Larson in my post about the upcoming Norwegian Textile Letter issue. I think it comes from growing up in northern Minnesota, where so many of my friends were Olsons, Nelsons, and Larsons.book

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  1. Kay LARSON

    No worries, Robbie! When you have the Norwegian equivalent of “Smith” as a last name, you sometimes expect to be called “Jones.”

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