The shawl 'Hasse Simonsdochter'.
Hasse Simonsdochter was born in a mound village in the IJssel delta as the eldest daughter of a reed cutter / basket weaver. Because Hasse was a free-spirited, cheerful child, she was believed to be a "changeling". The story tells that reed elves steal human children from the cradle and exchange them for an elf child. This is the story about the making of the shawl 'Hasse simonsdochter'.
The Shawl Nehalennia The goddess Nehalennia, protector of sailors and salt merchants, has long been hidden under the surface of the water, lost, forgotten, flooded. Around 150 AD there were temples for Nehalennia in Domburg, the remains of which were uncovered during a stormy night in 1647. Today, on Domburg's boulevard, there is a Mondrian bench, on which a bronze statue of the goddess Nehaleninna overlooks the waters of the North Sea