Setesdal sweater (East Agder, Norway), usually called 'lusekofte', which means 'louse sweater'. This is a reference to the traditional design of white dots on a black background, which looks like lice crawling on the body. It was originally made of natural dark and pale wool. The body and sleeves are knitted, but the collar, cuffs, and front plackets are of embroidered woven wool. Because it was worn inside the bukse, in older examples the bottom was left plain white.