“The knitting party at sea!”

By |2021-09-13T22:19:49+02:00August 31st, 2021|Blog, News|

Twizzter will have its launch at the Karlskrona Knitting Festival on 2 and 3 of October! Address: Blekingesalen, Ronnebygatan 22, Karlskrona. We're so excited!!! Henriettas Spinn & Garn and Blekinge Slöjd are arranging the festival. If you want to join (there will be courses of many kinds and great creative vibes), clic here for more information. We look so [...]

‘Twizztering’ in Karlskrona’s archipelago

By |2021-08-17T21:23:34+02:00August 17th, 2021|Blog|

Visiting our family in Karlskrona we took a day off to visit some islands around the city and just do (almost) nothing. The Blekinge-region is full of ancient oaks and when we came across this old remnant of a tree, we just had to take some pictures. The water was warm so some of us went skinny-dipping while I [...]

Twizzter meets Harley!

By |2021-08-27T16:48:04+02:00August 17th, 2021|Blog|

We  had a ball shooting Pia and Alex with their motorbikes in Augerum, Blekinge. Pia, a hardcore lady, switches as easily as a breeze between work, motorbikes and knitting (she's a great house renovator as well, as is her Harley Davidson-owning husband). So there you go: there is (almost) no place nor situation where a Twizzter is out of [...]

Yeah! We have patent pending for our Twizzter!

By |2021-07-02T13:06:06+02:00July 2nd, 2021|Blog|

It has been quite a long road from daddy's initial idea and solution for mummy to a finished product solution that could also be produced in larger quantities. We've come a long way and may not be quite still there, but at some point you have to say: 'Let's go!' We have been greatly helped by Industridesign in Växjö who [...]


By |2021-08-17T21:35:30+02:00June 7th, 2021|Blog, FAQ|

Your Twizzter needs practically no maintenance as it is made to last a lifetime. If dirty or staind, just clean it with a damp cloth. When not in use, keep it stored protected by its purchase bag or your own special Twizzter-storage where it is not being moved around with sharp metal items that may damage the surface. [...]

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