- Klippan Yllefabrik
Klippan YllefabrikKlippan Yllefabrik is known world-wide for their wool throws, blankets and home textiles, skilfully combining Swedish design and traditional weaving craftsmanship. Klippan offers blankets in a range of warm materials from lambs wool to organic cotton, always embellished with adorable images such as the House in the Forest and the Scandinavian moose to reflect it's Swedish roots. Popular for babies and adults alike, Klippan is loved by the whole family!
Birgitta Bengtsson Björk re-discovered the Swedish wool throw. For Klippan Yllefabrik, she has designed several classics, including Polka, Björk and Tango.Read more about Birgitta Bengtsson Björk
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About Klippan Yllefabrik
Klippan Yllefabrik has produced qualitative wool throws, blankets and textiles for over 100 years. Whether you are looking for a classic picnic blanket or a cozy wool throw for the sofa, Klippan Yllefabrik’s assortment has a broad selection of colours, patterns and materials to choose from. Designs are created in collaboration with popular Scandinavian textile designers, including Birgitta Bengtsson Björk and Lisa Larsson. All products are produced using natural materials, using ecological alternatives where possible.
Klippan Yllefabrik is a family business that was founded in 1879 in the town of Klippan, in the south of Sweden. Today, the fourth and fifth generation are working side by side to preserve the brand’s legacy as well as adding new, contemporary designs and material choices. The vision is to combine Swedish design with the long tradition of textile craftsmanship in Sweden.
To begin with, Klippan Yllefabik manufactured all products in Klippan and was one of the most modern wool spinning mills in Scandinavia in the 1970’s. Today the production has been moved to Latvia, where Klippan Yllefabrik runs its own factory. This way, Klippan Yllefabik has full control over the quality of their products, as well as the way they are manufactured, keeping the quality and feel of what has made Klippan blankets so iconic.