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It all started with a knitting machine. And with the fact that Birte Henningsen was frequently asked by friends and acquaintances about her pieces made on it.
Today, the trained weaver works on the shape and pattern of a new sweater for a long time before it enters industrial production in a small series. From the finest Italian merino or cotton, troyers, hooded jackets, pullovers, pullovers with short or long sleeves, polo shirts and cardigans for men and women are created, which have absolute recognition value through their special patterns - such as honeycomb, zigzag or perforated structures, the slender forms and calm colours. Suitable for everyday use, classic, yet modern and even easy to care for, the Henningsen designs have what it takes to become a long-term companion.

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