Tonight, bonfires can be found in Cork and Limerick. It is to markMidsummer Eve, which happens to also coincide with the Midsummer Festival. Bonna Night is what the locals 'round here call it. You can see a bit of smoke to the right of Shandon Bells in this photo. I'd have taken an action shot... Continue Reading →
Last night, a few of us went to the Céilí sa Spiegeltent as part of the Cork Midsummer Festival. What fun that was!!! Music and dancing going on well into the evening. With numerous events each day, there is always something to do in Cork City this month. To read through all the events of the festival, download the book.
Before traveling to France this month, I looked on Ravelry to see where users in the cities I'd be visiting bought their yarn, hoping to get shopping ideas for myself. In the course of admiring yarn, I was so amazed at a few Ravelers's projects I had to write them and reiterated my inquiry. As... Continue Reading →
Today, we will be enjoying World Wide Knit In Public Day in Fitzgerald Park. What fun! Though our local KIP fun is not on the main KIP Day website, it will be happening. Makes me wonder why we need one particular day to draw us out of doors. If you are also a knitter or crafty... Continue Reading →