Maud Fredin Fredholm


Maud Fredin Fredholm (1919–2013) was a notable Swedish textile designer known for her imaginative fabric patterns that defined mid-20th-century Scandinavian design. She expanded her creativity beyond textiles, collaborating with ceramics manufacturers such as Rörstrand and Bobergs Fajansfabrik. Her distinctive, playful motifs, particularly in the "Knäckebröd" (Crispbread) and "Snurran" (Spinner) designs, translated effectively into ceramics, infusing them with bold colors and geometric forms that blend the spirit of Swedish folk art with modern, timeless aesthetics.