The Crown Princess, Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar visit the woven world of Märta Måås-Fjetterström

The red rug 'The Tower' to the right in the photo was designed by Märta Måås-Fjetterström following a visit to New York in 1930, when she saw the Empire State Building being constructed.

The red rug 'The Tower' to the right in the photo was designed by Märta Måås-Fjetterström following a visit to New York in 1930, when she saw the Empire State Building being constructed. Photo: Sara Friberg/The Royal Court of Sweden

Earlier this month, The Crown Princess, Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar visited the exhibition "Look at the rugs – find me" in the Hall of State at the Royal Palace. The exhibition showcases a selection of works by textile artist Märta Måås-Fjetterström, and will be on display until 4 October.

The exhibition, which has been staged at The King's initiative and was opened by The King in October 2019, features around sixty of Måås-Fjetterström's works. Several of the rugs on display are from the Royal Collections.

The exhibition runs until 4 October.

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Exhibition curator Kerstin Hagsgård tells The Crown Princess, Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar about the exhibition.

Exhibition curator Kerstin Hagsgård tells The Crown Princess, Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar about the exhibition. Photo: Sara Friberg/The Royal Court of Sweden

Princess Estelle admires the 'Hästhagen' rug, designed in 1923.

Princess Estelle admires the 'Hästhagen' rug, designed in 1923. Photo: Sara Friberg/The Royal Court of Sweden

Märta Måås-Fjetterström liked to use colour scales of her own devising. Each yarn sample has a little label detailing the number of the colour.

Märta Måås-Fjetterström liked to use colour scales of her own devising. Each yarn sample has a little label detailing the number of the colour. Photo: Sara Friberg/The Royal Court of Sweden

Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar in front of the silver throne, which was made in 1650. During the exhibition, the throne stands on the 'Vita Spetsporten' rug. The rug was handwoven using the relief flossa technique, and was designed by Märta Måås-Fjetterström in 1934.

Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar in front of the silver throne, which was made in 1650. During the exhibition, the throne stands on the 'Vita Spetsporten' rug. The rug was handwoven using the relief flossa technique, and was designed by Märta Måås-Fjetterström in 1934. Photo: Sara Friberg/The Royal Court of Sweden