The Edmund McNulty Brand strives to offer a quality product through innovative design, yarn choices, experimentation and workmanship.
Contemporary and luxury yarns are at the centre of each collection and are used in combination with sophisticated design detailing to become the signature of Edmund's work. Various combinations of alpacas, kid mohairs, cashmeres and merino lambswools are used to create garments that reflect the mood of the Irish weather on the surrounding landscapes.
All Erin Knitwear products are hand knit using 100% wool and are fleece lined for warmth and comfort. The company produces hats, caps, gloves, hand-warmers, scarves and bags in a range of designs in vibrant and muted colours.
Grange Craft is a Family run business established in 1971 by Brian & Rose Cubitt, when Rosemary used her creative flair to start a craft business from the kitchen table while she was bringing up her children.
We are best friends who dance, laugh and work together – in any order really, as it usually happens all at once. We are the kind of people who usually wear baggy, black or grey clothes but socks, socks are very special to us.
We choose them very carefully, sometimes odd socks, sometimes patterned or themed and always lots of colour. That’s why designing socks is what we are passionate about.
Our socks brighten up any occasion from boring business meeting to a wonderful wedding, lunch with family or party with mates.
The Meab story started over 50 years ago, when a young Meab set out on her travels around Europe. She was inspired by great artists such as Faberge, the renowned enamellist. She was also inspired by local crafts people who were able to re-use materials to create unique and vibrant designs.
Meab returned home and developed her own ‘open firing’ technique utilising waste copper water cylinders. Meab’s technique allowed her to create not only unique but vibrant and cutting edge designs.
Meab passed on these skills to her daughter Clair who has developed her own individual style which she has used to create larger decorative pieces as well as collections combining silver, silver plate and other metal alloys.
Meab and Clair work together in their studio workshop on their farm in the midlands of Ireland. They pride themselves on handcrafting jewellery and art that is authentic, affordable and appealing
Mucros Weavers are located at Muckross House, Killarney, Ireland, the focal point for visitors to Killarney National Park.
We weave scarves using only the finest quality yarns on Hattersly looms that are almost 200 years old. Because all our scarves are individually woven they have a selvedge on each side ensuring they will last and its gives each scarf its quality finish. All of our colourful products are made from premium yarns such as wool, mohair and alpaca. We complement our ranges with Ladies and Gents Tweed headwear in both traditional and contemporary style.
My name is Meabh,and I founded Spraoi Clothing.
Having 5 busy kids of my own, I understand the importance of high quality, duralble clothing. Comfortable kidswear that can be passed from one child to another over the years. Funky prints, that mix and match were always a much loved bonus in our home. Spraoi Clothing also offers cuffs that unroll with your child, as they grow, so your outfit will last a little bit longer.
We are as Eco-Friendly as can be. Everything we do has our beautiful Earth in mind.
The T-shirt Company
From the brand of t-shirts we stock to the inks we use, we strive for excellence. All of our brands are ethically produced and approved.
We use chemical free water based inks and cleansing materials where possible and are Ireland's printing pioneers in the field of discharge ink.
The village of Monasterevin in the county of Kildare, Ireland is the home of West End Knitwear Ltd. The company was originally established by Molly Cullen in 1957, after creating beautiful Aran designs with her mother and grandmother for many years. Molly’s dream was to incorporate a family knitting business whose heritage stretched back for over 100 years. Molly is the granddaughter of Kate O’Shea, who, in 1856, was the first craftswoman in Ireland to commercially market her robust, hand knitted woollens. Molly Cullen recognised a market for fashionable Aran style knitwear and established West End Knitwear Ltd in her home village of Monasterevin.