I found a wonderful site describing Nås dräkten. Here’s the link:
The descriptions are very detailed, and the photos wonderful!
I like the variations in the apron and shawl.
I don’t know which is cuter–the hat or the little girl!
This woman’s hat is crocheted.
Here are a couple of purses and a belt.
I’m hoping to learn to crochet well enough to make myself a heart warmer. As a little aside, the Swedish for heart warmer is “hjärtvärmare.” It’s not too much of a stretch to translate “hjärt” to “heart” and “värmare” to warmer, but when I was using Google Translate for this article, the translation came out “cardiac heater!”
These gents are looking dapper in the suede knickers and wool vests.
Here’s a closeup of the back of the man’s vest. I love how the fabric is cut on the bias and the stripes matched.
Too bad these beautiful suspenders are usually hidden under the vest.
The men have a green wool jacket with beautifully crocheted sleeves.
But I’ve saved the best for last–these adorable children’s “dresses” worn by both boys and girls. The “bib” is reversible–sounds like a good idea!