I would like to welcome any new readers, and thank old ones for visiting, we’re not that old and we hope to continue to do this as time allows.

If you know of any blogs that should be included please contact us by email or a post on this or the Irish Knitting, Crochet and crafty blogging post. The same goes if you want to be removed. If you are included in our updates please mention if you want to be removed from
there too. Please note that neither I or SineadR do this as a full-time job, and allied to that our jobs actually restrict our webtime. We will do our best to get stuff done as soon as possible
but that may take a few days or hours. In order to optimise my trawling I have noted the last date posts are visible on sites, I only check every month or so on ones that haven’t updated in the last four months. Again, if you know of a dormant blog that has resurrected, feel free to tell me.

You may notice that some posts from Sundays have been repeated, this is if there is time-sensitive information included in them, this does sometimes lead to repeated links from the previous week.

This week St Bridgets Day and the fact that the Irish Government was dissolved and an election was called is mentioned

A Magical Pixie has several posts

Akka Designs photographs the amazing telescoping eye and shares a cushion project

An Apology for an idler talks about what censorship isn’t and talks about words to use

An Evening Wasted with finds that the trouble with housework is that it’s neverending; talks about the election being called; rejoins the library and logs the books read during January

Anula’s Kitchen shares a fishcake recipe

Aran Brew parts company with a project

Basil Explosion has been mostly reading this week

Beckydazzler dresses in Pony Club gear and gets a name necklace

Bola de Berlin compares a red Dolores cowl to the weather outside

Cattapilla Designs shares some bits and pieces; talks about St Bridgets Day; and plays with fabric

Celtic Knots talks about getting stuff done while laid up with a bad ankle

Chebe makes a wrap skirt with no ties and reviews spring and January

Clasheen talks about a very soft felt vessel; announces some USA classes, a new book and some felting; announces some Irish and American classes with a special guest and the Crafted projects gets working with some magazine recommendations

Colour And Ink talks about St Brigids Day with recipies; passes on the Liebster Award; plays along with paperplay; does another card and takes part in the Love and Friendship Challenge

Crafty Alley shop advertises crafty Hen Parties

Daffodils and Dandelions photographs a moment in time; is somehow linked to an adult site and deals with a kitten with a death wish

Dispatches from the Deise shares a slow cooker recipe; talks about the election and about nominations for the Irish Blog Awards

Dragondays takes a photograph in Letterkenny Shopping Centre

Dublin Knit Collective announces the Fairtrade dishcloth swap and talks about more Dublin Knit Collective people

Etsy Ireland post their Crafty News Desk; does a how-to on jewelry displays; does a treasury wednesday; talk about nine design at showcase Ireland and does a fab five on Friday

Finding Home is happy it’s spring; shares what cats have tought her I and II

Fly along’s Sprouting is Live

Half a dream away plays with shadows; photographs the glasshouse and plans for some flower photographs

Happy Heart = Happy Soul talks about stripey progress

Herborium paints some blue Borage

High Function has several updates

Irish Muses nominates her February Star of the Month; gets a new blog look and gets some just because roses

Kersti shares her tweet week

Knit Inc finishes her Pointelle socks; shows swatches stage 1 and stage II

Knitting Neels is very busy

Laura Eliason talks about responsible shopping (an image of a naked person could make this not safe for work)

Let’s Knit and Stitch shares some amazing crochet; loves Amy Butler and offers inspiration for those who think they can’t craft

LHogan keeps to her sock resolutions and photographs her Honey Cowl

Limerick Live has to keep her son out of school for another week and books a holiday for the summer

Little Hare says goodbye to her Jesse Tree and takes a seat

Mae the Bear shows what she’s been up to recently; has Christmas in the UK; has a vegan Pizza Sunday; makes cake and works on her first quilt

Margie’s Crafts talks about Clodagh’s homebaking; St Bridget’s Day and her granddaughter

Michelle Made this talks about some Wooly products

Mitt liv på Irland, My life in Ireland shares some photographs of a walk in the countryside

MorgToday spots the first lizard of the season and finds a cat

Neencrochet talks about yarn shop, new baby and sewing kittens

NicKnits has a rising numbers update and photographs her Little Bit bohemian scarf

RubySasha finishes a shawl for Miss Mimi and finishes a cape, with sad news

Slickfixation admires a Diane von Furstenberg dress; shares a video podcast about mocassins and admires Boxing Kitten

Spring Stitches talks about editing storebought knitwear; blog stats for the last 365 days and about puttting together the perfect care package for a crafty friend

Stitch Lily talks about St Brigid’s crosses

String Revolution talks about the blog name

Tatty Franey talks about yoga and fashion

The Nest talks about Parcels, paintings and giveaway dolls

The Siegel Six have several updates

Things that Strike me talks about works in progress and talks about hurricane Yasi

This and That could talk about a lot of things…

This is knit documents a spinning extravaganza and links to some baby stuff

Thread Bear’s Picnic finds where the crafty nominations for Irish Blog awards should go and
talks about combating cold

Timothy Dowling makes some gloves that fit

Undermeoxter does a January roundup and shows some spinning wip

Valentinas room shares some tunes

Where people Create talks to Megan Franken’s about her work space and Cherry Blossom’s Tattoo studio

Where there’s a Wool does a guest post on Garrenderry Lane

Wirewrapped makes some heart pendants; makes a double chain pendant; a small picasso Jasper pendant; a copper wrapped turquoise pendanta custom jasper pendant;Lapis Lazuli and turquoise bracelet and turquoise and lava freeform pendant

Woolly Bits wants a restart on the year

Woolly Gathering has a crochet workshop

Woolly Way of Ireland talks about La le Bride; a textile art forum in Co Down and the
Tinahely Art Postcard art exhibition

Wyvernfriend Knits reviews Fashion Crochet; reviews Traditional Aran Knitting; talks
about difficulty ratings
; reviews Purls of Wisdom and reviews Baby Knits for Beginners

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