Aran sweater knit patterns are unique to Ireland and endow the style with a distinctive Irish heritage that continues into high fashion today.
Though Aran sweaters were originally knit with coarse, oil-rich wool, today’s sweaters are made with increasingly soft merino wool.
The Aran sweater as we know it today evolved from a type of Irish fisherman’s sweater worn on the remote Aran Islands in the 19th century.
We’re half way to St. Patrick’s Day. Why not take the occasion to look at Ireland’s most recognizable symbol, the Shamrock.
Belleek china is the oldest craft porcelain manufacturer in Ireland, but the origins of pottery making in the country date back centuries