The Knit of the Irish – Knitting Patterns from Designers in Ireland for St. Patrick’s Day

With a month to go before Saint Patrick’s feast day, we better get knitting, folks! About 180 years ago, my ancestors left Ireland in pursuit of the American dream. I wonder what they’d say to me now that I’ve moved back? It has been nearly 12 years since I started my new life in Ireland.

I am sharing two lists in this post, one is a list of Patterns from Designers in Ireland and the other is a list of Patterns from Beyond Ireland [but related to Ireland or Irish themes]. This post focuses on my fellow designers. I am not listing of my own patterns, but you can learn about them in this post.

Patterns from Designers in Ireland


Shamrocks For St Patrick’s Day by Irene Lundgaard

 

Irish Moss by Alice Starmore (Scotland)

 

And, sadly, I do not have a knitting pattern for this scene, but I couldn’t resist sharing this window I saw in Dingle.

Wooly Shepherd and Flock

If you want to know more about what life in Ireland is like for this American, you can read my other blog, Slainté Cork: 40 Shades of Life. Actually, I wrote a post about St. Patrick’s Day here in Cork City you may enjoy reading.

One comment

  1. Talena Winters says:

    Hi, Evin! What a lovely collection of patterns, and that’s a cute tea cozy you designed! I love the scene at the end, and so did my two-year-old (but he kept saying the animals were elephants, lol). Looks like you plan to be busy for the next month! 🙂

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