The purpose of this article is to clarify how Sloyd [craft] knowledge can be related to sustainable development. More precisely, the aim is to describe material- and immaterial resources for learning in sloyd activities in relation to materially and action-based sustainability. Sloyd is presented as goals and means for sustainable development and formulations in the syllabus for sloyd and the UN's global goals are highlighted on the basis of sustainability aspects. Production, consumption and well-being are discussed as part of sloyd education, home environment and leisure, as well as Sloyd's limitations and opportunities as a knowledge contribution for the future.

Keywords: Craft, Sloyd, Material, Immaterial, Sustainability