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 Offer

Éadach loves Small Business Saturday and to celebrate we are offering 10% discount on Éadach Ltd Ed Oversized Silk Scarves. For scarf details see here, for print stories here. Offer applies only on Saturday 5 December, on scarves ordered via email or purchased in BTS Concept Store or Grainne Maher Vault. If you have any…

Christmas Gifts

Éadach oversized silk scarves are proving to be very popular Christmas presents, which I’m so excited about! I love the thought of people opening their gifts on Christmas morning and loving their scarves, wearing them out for a walk after lunch, for drinks on Boxing day, maybe fashioning them into a top or kimono wrap…

Derry Fashion Fest 2015

A fashion show is like a swan, the beautiful serene models on the catwalk, while we (the dodgy legs) work frantically backstage. Of course when you’re part of a great team a show is a well-oiled machine, but it’s always gonna be a little nerve wracking making sure everything goes out on time and looking perfect. I had the total…

Limited Edition Silk Scarves

Éadach scarves are 130cm x 130 cm silk twill with a hand rolled edge. The scarves are deliberately large to create a very versatile, luxurious garment- they can be worn as a shawl, sarong, twisted into a top or a turban. They even make fabulous wall hangings. These pieces add absolute luxury to everyday- being…

Banshee: Storm

When I was little I often stayed with my grandparents in Dublin, and for years they schooled me in Irish myth and legend, and the folklore of this country. While my grandfather stuck to the more traditional, well known stories- the Children of Lir, the Salmon of Knowledge, my Granny would (and still does) tell…

Maeve Roe Silk Print

‘Betrothed to one man but in love with another, she was held captive by her father in a turret of the castle perched high on the craggy rocks. On a wild and stormy night her beloved came to rescue her, and they escaped through the Mermaid’s cave under the castle. The sea was cruel and…

Pirate Queen: Sunset

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 decaying structures.