To Darcy with Love

“You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you” Continuing reading about To Darcy with Love HERE Buy Now on Ravelry 7″ (8″, 9″) k, k2tog, p, p2tog, ssk, yo Due to the easy nature of this pattern only written instructions are required.

To Darcy with Love

“You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you” From the beginning, I have imagined “To Darcy with Love” as an item that Elizabeth would have gifted Darcy after they were married. They would reflect tradition, but with a little more lightheartedness, which Elizabeth would have brought out in Mr. Darcy. The sock pattern takes …

Sadhbh

“…The deer looked up at him with eyes filled with such sorrow that it stopped Fionn in his tracks…” “…Sadhbh walked to the palace walls each morning and spent every day that Fionn was gone watching out for his return, only leaving the wall at nightfall…” Continue reading Sadhbh’s story HERE Buy Now on Ravelry 61” [155cm] wide x 34” …

Sadhbh

Long, long ago, in ancient Ireland, there was a beautiful, young woman with long, blond hair, and brown, doe-like eyes. Her name was Sadhbh, and she was one of the Fairy People from Tír na nÓg. Sadhbh had been turned into a deer by a dark druid because she refused to marry him, and had been banished to the lands …

Dying of the Light

These two lines, along with the fading daylight, are what inspired this design. You can read more about the inspiration HERE Buy Now on Ravelry 87” [221cm] wide x 21” [53cm] deep (Sample was knit in Eco-Stitch 100% linen 4ply in the French Navy colourway for the MC and the Rose colourway for the CC) GSR, k, k2tog, yo German …

Dying of the Light

The writer willing you to fight against all the odds and not to give up. These lines, coupled with the fading light in the evening sky, are the inspiration behind the design Dying of the Light. Across the sky, the inky blue fingers of darkness crept, growing, growing ever larger, snuffing out the last of the daylight. Daylight did not …

Deirdre

“There stands upon an open field, two yew trees that grew towards and entwined around each other. Each tree serves as a marker. A reminder of a love so great that even death cannot separate it…” Continue reading Deirdre’s story HERE Buy Now on Ravelry 55” [140cm] wide x 63” [160cm] deep 5/5LC, 5/5 RC, k, k2tog, kfb, p, pfb, …

Deirdre

Long, long ago in ancient Ireland, a baby girl was born, and her father named her Deirdre. He took her to the druids and asked them to foretell his infant’s future. The druids looked to the stars and glanced sadly back at the infant. “What do you see?” her father asked anxiously. They answered “This child will cause great trouble. …

Fionnuala

NO!!! screamed Fionnuala spreading her arms around her brothers in a vain attempt to protect and save them. But it was no good. The spell had been cast. As the morning mist cleared there on the water, where only moments ago the four children had huddled, were four graceful white swans. One beautiful large swan with wings spread wide protecting …

Fionnuala

Long, long ago in ancient Ireland, when magic was an everyday thing, and the first tribe, the Tuatha De Danann had settled in Ireland. The time soon came for them to select a new king, Bodb Dhearg and Lir were the candidates. Bodb Dhearg was selected and this made Lir angry, as he felt he deserved it more. Bodb Dhearg …