Topaz and citrine are both November’s birthstones, valued for their bright yellow to golden hues and ability to instill faith and healing in wearers.
Cruel or kind, the Irish witch has been embedded into the mindscape of Irish superstition for many ages, capable of great mystical acts.
Because of the biochemical properties of wool, it doesn’t need to be washed as frequently as other fabrics, but learning how to care for it properly when it does need a clean will help you get the most out of your wool sweater.
The 9th century Old Irish poem “Pangur Bán” about a monk and his cat reveals how long humans have found sympathy with our feline friends.
Although Irish isn’t the most widely spoken language in Ireland, it is without dispute a living tongue that you can learn in a variety of ways.
Aran sweater knit patterns are unique to Ireland and endow the style with a distinctive Irish heritage that continues into high fashion today.