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Foxford Mills

Some pictures from a tour of Foxford Woollen Mills, (during a rainy day on our recent trip to County Mayo):



Achill

knitting inspired by weaving in Brooklyn Tweed yarn:


a trip to Achill island in County Mayo:


(I think it’s this peaty soil that creates the black patterns in the sand):


Irish football champion:

donnie and knitting

fresco crescent, coming soon!

yarn from Renaissance Dyeing:

donnie’s frisbee:


shadowy donnie:


donnie and friends:


chestnut crescent and flowering trees:


spooky tree:


phoenix park:

donnie and bark:

mossy oak:

lichen:


cabled bark:

beach:



sand patterns:

impressionist donnie:


mountain top:

currently knitting with Rennaissaince dyeing:

and Brooklyn Tweed:

new pattern

a new pattern with Chinese flavour  – a collaboration with Barbara of Dibadu – with stranding, reverse stranding and stacked decreases:
great-shawl-45

great-shawl-44
great-shawl-51
great-shawl-27

great-shawl-swatch-08

great-shawl-swatch-07

great-shawl-swatch-03

great-shawl-swatch-02
hellebores:
hellebore-02
hellebore-01

compost-heap
seaside clouds:
sky

sky-2

still finding leaves:
weird-leaf-02

weird-leaf-03

interesting winter light effects, late afternoon:
february-sunset-01

february-sunset-02

february-sunset-03

february-sunset-05

february-sunset-06
who fell in the pond?
fell-in-the-pond

burren and beaches

a trip to Co. Clare:
beach-clare
sand patterns – mostly on Fanore beach:
sand-02
sand-01

sand-03

sand-04

sand-05

sand-06

sand-07

sand-08

sand-09

sand-10

sand-11

sand-12

sand-14
donnie’s fur after a walk:
donnies-fur-after-a-walk-on-the-beach

seaweed, etc:
seaweed-03
seaweed-02
seaweed-04

seaweed
limpets-barnacles-mussels
beach-texture
view near Ballyvaughan:
shore-view
The burren:
burren-sky-2

burren-sky

burren-wall-02

burren-wall

donnie-burren

lichen:
lichen-2

lichen-03

lichen-04

lichen
a view of the Aran Islands:
lichen-and-aran-islands

closed for the winter:
window

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