Pirate Queen, Sunrise

I started mulling over this print when we were road tripping around the west coast last summer and happened upon the remains of the Cara na Mara on the beach at Bunbeg. I love ruins, wrecks and derelict buildings- I wonder who lived and worked there and what kind of lives revolved around these now…

Children of Lir

One of the first Irish myths that really stuck in my head was the story of The Children of Lir. Maybe because it was about swans, and I was obsessed with ballet and Swan Lake, or maybe because part of it was reputed to have taken place not far from where I grew up, on…

Irish Fashion Innovation Awards

I was delighted to be shortlisted in the Accessory Designer of the Year category in this year’s Irish Fashion Innovation Awards. Bringing the north coast to Galway bay!

Valentine’s Gifts

So. Unless you are choosing to heed Ghostbuster II’s prediction that the world will end next Sunday, you may be considering Valentine’s gifts. If you’re in a bit of a quandary about this, read on… I’ve already had a few organised souls get in touch to order Éadach scarves for V day. Éadach scarves are…

Christmas Delivery

Just over two weeks to go! Really? How did that happen? Éadach parcels are proving popular as Christmas gifts which is wonderful, I love the idea of these little pieces of wearable art sitting under the tree. However, there are still (ahem, mostly male) people getting in touch, undecided about which print to go for…

Small Business Saturday & the Age of the Freelancer

If you wander into a certain kind of (wifi-providing) coffee shop in the middle of the day chances are, as well as the bearded barista and complex coffee menu, a sea of Macs will greet you. You’re as likely to find a beard behind those as you are behind the counter tbh. Ladies and gentlemen,…