An Irish ship bringing supplies to the pilgrims likely inspired the first Thanksgiving celebrations after a long, hard winter when Plymouth colony was on the verge of starvation.
A single Aran sweater has around 100,000 stitches. Here’s how to repair it if any one of them ever tears or snags.
The Aran sweater evolved from the Guernsey fisherman’s sweater, taking its subtle detail and turning it into a whole new style of knitting.
Tír na nÓg, literally the Land of the Young, is a mythical Irish place of eternal youth, populated with the spirits of the deceased.
If you’re single (and looking for love), wear it on your right hand, facing outward; If you’re in a relationship, wear it on your right hand, facing inward; If you’re engaged, wear it on your left hand, facing outward; If you’re married, wear it on your left hand, facing inward
The Irish festival of Lughnasadh, celebrated each August 1st, is the Celtic harvest festival, welcoming autumn, the harvest, and marking the end of summer.