The baby Prince of Cambridge was wrapped in a fine, white knitted blanket manufactured on an original Stoll flat knitting machine.
England celebrates their Royal Highness Prince George Alexande Louis of Cambridge, who was born on the 22nd July, 2013, meanwhile, Stoll, manufacturer of flat knitting machines, is also pleased for that because the blanket wrapping the new-born prince on that day is manufactured on an original Stoll flat knitting machine.
The baby Prince of Cambridge was wrapped in a fine, white knitted blanket manufactured by G.H. Hurt & Son, when he was presented to the public for the first time, together with his parents, William and Kate.
The traditional manufacturer from Nottinghamshire is known for producing the most exquisite knitting wear, which has been manufactured on Stoll flat knitting machines ever since their beginning, according to Stoll’s press release.
The manufacturing plant was established in 1912, which looks back to a long tradition and has already manufactured fashion for well-known fashion houses such as Jaeger London or the Biba fashion label. The manufacturers also produced shawl for the film production of “Gone with the Wind“ back in 1939 – on William Lee hand frames.
The new heir to the throne continues a nice tradition: Following his birth in 1982, Prince William was also wrapped in a blanket made by G. H. Hurt & Son on a Stoll flat knitting machine. And even other members of the Royal Family wear knitted products made by the British knitting manufacturer today.
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