The other day a cheerful mail with a photo attached landed in my in-box. It was from the lovely Reefer, Jenny Byrne. Jenny is one of the rock solid core members of The Reefers group that is promoting and not least loving the Irish Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef. It turned out that Jenny had entered […]
My Great-grandmother was a fine crocheter as was my granny and I am the proud owner of some fancy doilies and runners that my darling granny made for me. I remember as a little girl sitting beside her watching her churning out rounds and rounds of beautiful fine lace with her tiny steel hooks. I […]
The Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef made it to the Irish Times yesterday managing to capture another one of the hot topics of the moment as I see in the world news section that the Chagos Island is being made a Marine Protected Area. If our Woolly Wonder will help raise further awareness of the effects […]
Paddy’s Day is coming up. I had to make a bit of ‘Oirish’ Coral… Had to! And here it is: Paddy’s Hyperbolic Crochet Coral © 2010 Irene Lundgaard Note: This coral is worked on hook size 2mm in yarn from unlabelled cone which appears to be flax.
I will do a few workshops on the Irish Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef to kick start submissions for the exhibition at The Science Gallery in Dublin next spring. Once the final details on dates and times are completed I will post them here. In the meantime, I encourage you to grab your hook and get […]
Stitchlily, our ever alert and accomplished crocheter is yet again completely on the ball. The Irish version of a Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef is in the making at the Science Gallery in Trinity College Dublin on Pearse Street in The Naughton Institute: A workshop will be held on Saturday October 24th @ 13.00 – 16.00. […]