Little Scandinavian

All things trendy from Scandinavia for kids and families

Children’s multi coloured striped leggings by Nostebarn

by Scandinavian mum

Children’s multi coloured striped rib knit leggings by Nostebarn in 100% merino wool. Dress your child the Scandinavian way this Autumn, with this essential garment. Style these practical and warm rib knit leggings with a jersey or velour dress, use on their own as trousers -very cool teamed with a funky fleece or winter coat and boots.
Sizes available from 74-140cm, price from £40. Buy these cool ribknit leggings at nostebarn.no


© Nostebarn

And if you feel like it (and have the time) knit a matching scarf to complete the look!

Happy baby in summer clothes by Nostebarn

by Scandinavian mum

Nostebarn is more know for providing colorful and practical winter essentials for babies and children, but recently they’ve launched this fab collection for spring summer consisting of beautiful children’s clothes in a fine wool silk mix. These clothes will keep your baby’s temperature regulated and feel nice and dry. Love the set as shown below, a short sleeved one-piece and a matching cute baby hat, available in 5 different colours. An essential outfit for any little happy summer baby!


© Photo by Helene Wessel, Sandefjord Norway. Model Bianca, 13 months old.

The Norwegian coastline outside of Sandefjord, Norway is arguably one of the most beautiful places in summer time!




© Photo by Little Scandinavian, Sandefjord Norway

Useful links
Nostebarn
Visit Norway Sandefjord
Finn.no – Holiday homes to let in Vestfold Norway

Baby blanket turns into tent

by Scandinavian mum

When I was pregnant with Amélie knitting became back in fashion again. You could see young ladies knitting whilst going for a cup of coffee with friends in several cafes in Norway.

In Oslo the shop Nostebarn was the ultimate hot spot for mums (and -to be’s). They sell yarns of natural wool and knit recipes for the most beautiful little garments. Also really popular was the Nostebarn Baby Blanket. For me that had barely touched a set of knitting pins before this took ages to knit. But was well worth it, as Amélie loved it. It was snuggly and warm on cold days and cool and soft on warmer days.

During the last days it has made it’s reappearance into the children’s room. Now serving as a roof of their new imaginative home.
“No adults allowed, mummy!”

Maybe the knitting pins should reemerge from the cupboard as well?