April 12, 2017 by knit/lab
Some pictures from a tour of Foxford Woollen Mills, (during a rainy day on our recent trip to County Mayo):
Posted in decoration, design, inspiration, knit, textile, weaving, yarn | 6 Comments
Fabulous pictures, as always! I would be interested to know how they twist those fringes on the loom before starting the next piece.
Thanks! The weavers were on their lunch break during my visit so I didn’t see any of the machinery in action.
I LOVE those dots within squares. Beautiful! Looks like a perfect place to be on a rainy day.
P.S. I may have just done some holiday shopping here. Thanks for bringing this cool place to my attention! 🙂
Thank you again!
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