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#crafts

Basic Stitch: How to make (and shake) your pom poms

Fancy getting crafty?

From TheJournal.ie The woman who took Primark global has a new job with Ireland's crafts body Thanks Penneys

The woman who took Primark global has a new job with Ireland's crafts body

Breege O’Donoghue left her role with the clothes giant in September.

From TheJournal.ie The Irish Navy has saved the lives of almost 600 people LE Eithne

The Irish Navy has saved the lives of almost 600 people

the Lé Eithne has been operating in the Mediterranean since last month.

10 questionable works of art every Irish person made in primary school

“Look, mam! LOOK WHAT I MADE.”

When creativity goes terribly, terribly wrong

Top marks for effort, zero for execution.

From TheJournal.ie Baby jousting and bog mini-monsters: It's Heritage Week History Alive

Baby jousting and bog mini-monsters: It's Heritage Week

Free events around the country have been introducing every age to the hidden treasures in their locality.

From TheJournal.ie Increase in demand for Irish-made products this Christmas Craft

Increase in demand for Irish-made products this Christmas

Stores and websites are reporting a strong interest in Irish craft and design products with craftspeople lowering their prices in response to the recession.

Press Release Pun of the Day

We give you the 2012 Knitting and Stitching Show… and ‘quilty’ pleasures. Guffaw.

From TheJournal.ie Shoppers urged to 'buy Irish' this Christmas Guaranteed Irish

Shoppers urged to 'buy Irish' this Christmas

Campaigns call for support for Irish goods and services in the run-up to Christmas.

From TheJournal.ie Repeat call for funding to train uilleann pipe makers Job For Life

Repeat call for funding to train uilleann pipe makers

Last year’s warning that Ireland will lose the craft of making the traditional instrument still hits a note in 2011.