Welcome to A-Wee-Bit-Of-Ireland.com, home of the finest Irish woolens on the web. All products are 100% made in Ireland from natural fibers or natural ingredients. Whether you are Irish, or just wish you were, now you can wear A-Wee-Bit-Of-Ireland.
As seen on page 56 (contact information on page 152) in the August 2009 Issue of Martha Stewart Living. These beautiful Aran Fisherman's Sweaters are 100% new wool. They are equally attractive for ladies or men. Complete with traditional Aran designs, these crew neck sweaters are distinctive and elegant. Made by Tivoli Spinners in County Cork, Ireland. Hand Wash.
These beautiful Irish Fisherman's Aran Sweaters are 100% new wool. They are equally attractive for ladies or men. Complete with traditional aran designs, these crew neck 100% new wool sweaters are distinctive and elegant. Find your Irish wool sweater at A-Wee-Bit-of-Ireland.com. These Irish wool sweaters are hand crafted by John Molloy Ltd. of Adara, Donegal, Ireland. The company was founded by pioneering hand weaver and craftsman, John Molloy. John Molloy (Ardara) Ltd manufactures a range of Men's and Women's knitwear for export across the world.
The 17th Century Kerry Woollen Mills has been producing Fine Wools and Yarn for over 300 years. These garments combine traditional values with contempory styling.
What is a ruana? A ruana is like a cape but the front and back panels are of equal length and the sleeves are not stitched. This allows the wearer to throw one, or both, panels over the opposite shoulder. This Celtic Ruana by Kerry Woollen Mills is very soft and comfortable and is available in a one size fits all.
These beautiful Branigan Weavers baby blankets are made of 70% wool and 30% mixed fabrics. They come from Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland. The original blanket was commissioned from Branigan Weavers for England's Princess Margaret.
The Burren Perfumery is Irelands first Perfumery, set up over 30 years ago. A family run business, each of the Perfumery's products has been hand produced using the highest quality pure natural essences, plant extracts and pure Irish spring water. The fragrances are mixed in a traditional way, over a six month period, before being hand bottled and packaged. Each of these Irish perfumes has been individually formulated to capture the mystery of Ireland and the purity of the Burren. The Burren Perfumery is located in an idyllic location in the heart of the Burren, Co. Clare, south of Galway Bay, west coast of Ireland. The Burren is a stunning natural limestone garden, one of the most unique floral landscapes in the world. For Irish Perfume from the Buren Perfumery, shop at http://a-wee-bit-of-ireland.stores.yahoo.net/
Garden of Ireland Sweet Lavender Lotions, Cologne and Soaps. Lavender is one of the oldest perfume ingredients, a favourite since the time of the Greeks and Romans, who also valued its medicinal properties. Roman soldiers on campaign used to cultivate lavender as they went, using it to treat their wounds. Today lavender is highly prized for its soothing, healing and calming properties in aromatherapy. Not tested on animals.
A Hanna Hat is a symbol of classic style and the timeless appeal of pure Irish tweed. Handcrafted in beautiful County Donegal from tweed woven exclusively for Hanna Hats, the reknowned quality and handsome styling of each hat is rooted in a family tradition of tailoring which stretches back three generations. Made from 100% wool, in the soft and muted shades of the rich Irish landscape. Each Hanna Hat is a unique piece of headwear which will become a treasured possession for life. For Irish wool hats, shop at A-Wee-Bit-of-Ireland.com online store.
Connemara, a beautiful floral fragrance, is inspired by the beauty and majesty of the Connemara countryside, which is home to some of Ireland's most breathtaking views of islands, oceans and mountains. Connemara is based almost exclusively on oils from flowers rather than from fruits or woods, its main ingredients being rose, jasmin, ylang-ylang, lily of the valley and many more. Connemara perfume is packaged in timeless Celtic design, inspired by the fabulous illustrations of the Book of Kells, Ireland's famous masterpiece.
Lavender soaps and oils from Ireland. The photo of the field of lavender is used with permission from http://www.perfume.ie/
I don't sell yarn but on my recent trip to Ireland I found two great places that do, Kerry Woollen Mills and Spin a Yarn. They can answer your knitting questions as well as supplying you with fine Irish wool.
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