Ministrikk’s ready-to-wear children’s knitwear for Lillelam

Ministrikk for Lillelam is a limited edition children's knit collection in luxurious silky soft merino wool. Originally available as knitting patterns only - Ministrikk has in collaboration with Lillelam - one of the strongest Norwegian brands for children’s wear in pure merino wool, made a few popular styles ready-to-wear this Christmas! The Ministrikk collection at Lillelam includes 'the...

Children’s winter warmers knitting projects – with knitting patterns!

Nordic knits for babies and children are often simple designs in slightly muted colours. And the best part, for us beginners, the knitting patterns are often not technically complicated. Here are a few that I just had to share with you! Selbu is a traditional knitting pattern from Norway. And these baby mittens, knitted by Cecilie, not only look adorable but apparently they are comfortable to...

Bisgaard Sko and Ministrikk collaboration for Winter 2015

Soft knitwear and warm winter boots - what better combination for our little ones for the coming colder season!? Norwegian concept Ministrikk and Danish footwear brand Bisgaard Sko's collaboration for Autumn Winter 2015 is nothing but delightful! Bisgaard Sko was founded in 2003 by Marianne Bisgaard and Henrik Thomsen. Marianne was running three footwear boutiques and the couple had just had...

Maternity Clothing – be inspired by blogger and author Charlott Pettersen

One of the most stylish Scandinavian bloggers, Charlott Pettersen talks maternity fashion on Little Scandinavian today, sharing her experience from two pregnancies as well as giving her advice on how to get away with buying less and still feel amazing. I don't know about you but I certainly struggled a bit finding attire that both would make me feel comfortable and at the same time stylish...

Little Artichoke – organic children’s clothing 0 – 4 years from Norway

Oh, oh my - too excited for words today because of a new brand discovery that I simply couldn't wait to share with you. Lovely Charlott Pettersen's blog introduced me this morning to the new Norwegian brand, Little Artichoke. A brand offering hand crafted, uniqe clothes for infants and toddlers who wants to explore the world! The brand came to life on Instagram, when Swedish mum (living in...