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 set up a Netvibes Page for the blogs this is not foolproof and I may miss updates but it’s been better than some of the other options.  I have also decided that if a blog posts more than about 10 or so posts in a week I’m just going to link to the site, unless something in particular catches my eye that’s very craft related. 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.

Today is Census Day in Ireland, have you filled yours in?

Akka Designs has a tutorial for the Silk Cape

An Apology for an Idler shares a George Bernard Shaw quote

An Evening Wasted with visits the Doctor

As the World Falls down has some ups and downs; has a bad day and has her penultimate college day

Basil Explosion offers the Worlds Best Vampire Weekend Tribute Band

Bohemian Hooks features on the front page of Etsy; Chunky Crochet Bangles and more crochet bangles

Cattapilla Designs photographs some flowers; sees the birds return and shares some eye candy

Celtic Memory yarns talks about Brigid’s Day, knitting and sock machines

Chebe finishes a dream catcher style ornament and has a link on how to fix your Arduino Uno

Chocolattebutton makes a blueberry swirl dress for little button and photographs her tiger

Clasheen is annoyed; talks about necessary equipment for some of her workshops and photographs new latest Nuno Felt Top

Colour and Ink makes a card for a mother or grandmother; uses some packet embelishments; offers thanks and a blog candy winner; wishes some people happy birthday

Dispatches from the Deise has a new granddaughter

Dragon Days photographs a rushing river

Droim an Uan plants some Rosemary in a loo and shows some noils; Cat recovers from a mystery cut; photographs some blackthorn; shows some lambs and some weaving progress

Dublin Knit Collective celebrates the year so far and looks forward to the rest of the year

Etsy Ireland has their crafty news desk; welcomes new members; had a poll for a new team challenge; talks about Simon the travelling gecko and has a turquoise fab five on Friday

From Sheep to Shawl shows some miniature houses and a red felted blouse

Green Waves talks about purple; has a beach walk; photographs tulips and photographs growth

Half a Dream Away captures a quiet sunset

Haz wool will knit talks about Mothers Day; springs into action and finds an old sign so does soem investigating about her building

Hooks Law admits to being behind and blogs about B

Irish Muses talks about Mother’s Day in Ireland and has more news about her hand

Kersti updates with her tweet week; Incredible India day 1 and the working week in India

Knit Inc reviews the latest Vogue Knitting

Knitting Elizabeth has finished mittens by a member

Lets Knit & Stitch links to a Regia Lace Shawl and gets some Rico Loopy in stock

Margie’s Crafts sees signs of Spring

Milkmoon photographs the season

Miss Aine goes to the Peas and Pods market

Morg Today shares what he’s listening to; goes to Tuna’s Confirmationgets some new books and shares some Fota Wildlife Park photographs

Needles and Haystacks offers some Bra-Making Resources

The Nest has some freeform progress; has Mother’s Day Progress; Yarn Along Progress and

Relodies’ Silly Knitz shares a scarf pattern and a cowl

The Runcible Spoon enjoys some fishy goodness

Selkies Crochet models some bags; has a happy day and makes something for herself

She Knit up that Ball blogs about a Hap Blanket; makes some mittens and makes some vegan blondies

Siegel Six have several updates

Springwools has an April Special; new online patterns and has a new Easter Wallpaper

String Revolution talks about the importance of knowing your limits

Things that Strike me goes back to climbing

This is Knit talks about counting and talks about bringing on the sparkle

Thread Bear Picnic has a competition for a shawl pattern name (open for a week) and has a tutorial for a shawl pin

Under me Oxter has some unpleasantness in Berlin; deals with a fractious WIP and finishes some spinning

Up to my Lack of Tonsils talks about C; D; E; F; G

Wirewrapped has a round turquoise pendant; three Cthulu’s; a personal agate pendant; turquoise and copper bracelet; Labradorite and Lapis Lasuli Pendant; and Chinese Dragon Agate Pendant

Woolly Bits gets some bounty

Woolly Way of Ireland talks about vintage fairs; a felting workshop in Drogheda; a feltmaking workshop in Limerick; a redress update; a felting workshop in Kerry and a Wool Craft Village at the Roscommon Lamb Destival

Yarn Classes is feeling sheepish

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