In sorting through my various papers, I’ve come across a bit of correspondence that I had back in June-August 1976. We were in Fiji at that time. I was just getting into serious weaving. Wool was not readily available so far as I knew. So I must have thought of writing off to Norway to get some samples.
and the accompanying letter describing the different types of yarns and their uses and the postal rates by weight and destination. I don’t know what the exchange rates were at that time nor how the prices would compare with prices and exchange rates today
Searching for the firm on the internet today I find that their main business is fabrics for technical use, they employ 1-10 people, and they are still in Grimstad Norway. A nice photo of their yarn is on Flickr. Now I must check my old labels and see if I’ve used any of their knitting yarn recently. I do like Norwegian knitting yarns.
And looking at the Google map, I find that Grimstad is located in a very southern part of Norway, south of Bergen, south of Stavenger, and near to Denmark.