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Årets färg 2024

Colour of the Year 2024

Colour of the Year 2024

This year’s colours come from the Mora folk dress of the 17th century, which is one of the oldest-known Swedish folk dresses. This is where the green textile meets the classic Dala Red™ colour. Together, they bring new life to the colour combination that once put the people of Mora on the world map.

The Mora folk dress is still worn by folks on special occasions, like midsummer, weddings, or folk music events. Throughout the years, the dress has undergone few changes and still looks largely the same as it always has. The Mora folk dress and Morakniv are both worn with pride, aligning with the tradition established by the ancestors and the heritage that has been developed and nurtured over the years.

This year’s colours come from the Mora folk dress of the 17th century, which is one of the oldest-known Swedish folk dresses. This is where the green textile meets the classic Dala Red™ colour. Together, they bring new life to the colour combination that once put the people of Mora on the world map.

The Mora folk dress is still worn by folks on special occasions, like midsummer, weddings, or folk music events. Throughout the years, the dress has undergone few changes and still looks largely the same as it always has. The Mora folk dress and Morakniv are both worn with pride, aligning with the tradition established by the ancestors and the heritage that has been developed and nurtured over the years.

Colour of the Year

Colour of the Year

In recent years, our most classic craft knives have had their very own series. Every year since 2016, we have manufactured our most used craft knife, Basic 511 (C) in a new, unique colour combination. Since 2018, Basic 546 (S) is also made according to the concept, of course matching its sibling knife. Over the years, the colors of the knives have given an extra touch to the working day for hobby craftsmen as well as professionals.

In recent years, our most classic craft knives have had their very own series. Every year since 2016, we have manufactured our most used craft knife, Basic 511 (C) in a new, unique colour combination. Since 2018, Basic 546 (S) is also made according to the concept, of course matching its sibling knife. Over the years, the colors of the knives have given an extra touch to the working day for hobby craftsmen as well as professionals.

Earlier Colours
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