MOOMIN KNITTING PATTERNS AND YARNS

The Moomin x Novita yarn family comes with its own Moomin knitting pattern collection, published in two volumes. Both volumes are currently available in Finnish & Swedish.

The first volume "Moominmamma's warm accessories" was published in English in March 2019, to the great delight of all international Moomin fans!

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Moomin Yarns

The Moomin x Novita yarn family comes with its own Moomin knitting pattern collection. The DK weight yarn is made of 75 % wool and 25 % polyamide

 

  1. Novita Muumitalo
    Novita Muumitalo
    As low as €7.56
  1. Novita Huviretki
    Novita Huviretki
    As low as €4.54
  1. Novita Muumilaakso
    Novita Muumilaakso
    As low as €8.97

Novita Muumitalo yarn is one of the three products in the Moomin x Novita family. The colours are inspired by Tove Jansson’s classic Moomin books. Muumitalo (Moominhouse) is a DK weight yarn in single colour. 

 

BELOVED BOOKAZINES

Moomin patterns are inspired by fantastic illustrations of the books Who Will Comfort Toffle (1960) and The Book about Moomin, Mymble and Little My (1953).

You will find some of the patterns for free on our website but for true fans the bookazines are a must!

 

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Novita Muumitalo yarn is one of the three products in the Moomin x Novita family. The colours are inspired by Tove Jansson’s classic Moomin books. Muumitalo (Moominhouse) is a DK weight yarn in single colour.  

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SAVING THE SEAS

 

 Novita was one of the official partners for #MEIDÄNMERI -campaing. To celebrate the campaign we published a new yarn, Novita Majakkasaari. For each ball of yarn sold, 0.10€ was donated to charity.

 

Year 2020 marked the 75th anniversary of the publication of the first Moomin story, “The Moomins and the Great Flood” set in the midst of a natural disaster. Moomin Characters celebrate the anniversary in the communal spirit of Moomin stories by focusing on the protection and well-being of the Baltic Sea. The purpose of the campaign is to raise awareness of the state of the Baltic Sea and to raise funds for the work of the John Nurminen Foundation to protect and preserve the sea and its cultural heritage for future generations. Funding for the John Nurminen Foundation is raised through corporate donations and direct consumer donations, as well as campaign products. The target amount for collection has been set at one million euros. The campaign ran throughout the 2020 anniversary year.