A single Aran sweater has around 100,000 stitches. Here’s how to repair it if any one of them ever tears or snags.
For anyone with Irish heritage, a traditional Irish wedding gift is the perfect combination of the practical and deeply personal.
February 1 is the feast day of Ireland’s lesser-known patron saint, St. Brigid, who wove a unique Celtic cross from rushes and convinced a dying Gaelic chieftain to convert to Christianity.
Kelly is an anglicization of the Irish name O’Ceallaigh, which means “descendent of Ceallach” or “warrior.” Wherever the Irish have gone, Kellys have been there.
January’s birthstone, the garnet, is prized for its healing and protective powers, thought to promote good health, good luck, and was once used to ward off the Black Death.