Inis Meáin is one of the Aran Islands that are strewn across the mouth of Galway Bay off the west coast of Ireland.
A terraced slab of limestone no more than 3 miles across, it lies 30 miles out to sea and supports 200 inhabitants.
For centuries, the fishermen’s garments have been knitted by the women of the island. Knitting was just one of a number of skills that islanders had to learn and to master, to create a way of living in a very inhospitable place.
The new styles are knitted in the finest yarns – Wool, Cashmere, Baby Alpaca, Linen, Silk etc. sourced from the finest mills in Europe and South America. Subtle colours, inspired by land and sea, which reflect the landscape and seasons.
Rib scarf in grey.
70% wool, 30% cashmere. One size fits all.
Made in Ireland.