On the 18th of September we flew from Bergen to Stockholm, in Sweden.
Our tour only allowed us to stay there for two days so it is not hard to imagine our shopping list was too long for such a short time.

First, we visited a fabric shop called TYGVERKET.

The second shop was selling knitting supplies.

It looked as if the shop was privately reserved for us.

We asked so many questions but they answered every one with a smile!

The third one had traditional Scandinavian handcrafts.

SVENSK HEMSLOJD was also a handcraft shop.
Before opening the door, we saw many people standing and having cocktails. We got a bad feeling because it looked like they were having a party.
But a lady who noticed us looking so uneasy welcomed us without hesitation!
According to her, they had a ceremony to award students embroidery certificates. 

Many of us bought this embroidery kit. So beautiful! 

We saw this tree with a knitted sleeve around it.

Ostermalm Saluhall is a market which offers a lot of foods.

Have you ever watched a very popular Japanese animation movie, Majo no Takkyubin (Kiki's Delivery Service)?
It is absolutely one of my favorite movies.
They say the main location in the movie was modeled a real town called Gamla stan in Stockholm.

It looks so romantic in the evening!


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