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5 of us visited Kerry Woolen Mills yesterday! Yvonne and Andrew Eadie (owners) could not have been more accommodating ! They gave us a thorough tour of their mill which included a step by step explanation of their families 100+ year old process ! It...More
This factory shop is off the beaten track but well worth it. Whilst we saw woollen items we had seen elsewhere it does have a number of things we’d seen nowhere else. The drive out there is pretty but not well posted so you’d have...More
I've been a knitter most of my life, but had never set foot in a wool mill before. We got to go into the mill itself and see the process from start to finish - from dyed fleeces being being spun into yarn, wound into...More
We went to see this mill on a rainy morning. My husband is in textiles, so he was very interested and full-on geek as we saw how they make their wool. It was actually pretty interesting. The people were very gracious and informative as they...More
After having been to a few Woollen Mills in our time in Ireland, we really enjoyed Kerry Woollen Mills. There was ample parking and we were greeted by Missy the Dog who was so sweet! Good prices and selection!
One has to visit Kerry Woollen Mills when one is in Ireland? Right!
There's so much to choose from. Its lovely to wander and look and feel the quality of these woolen products. I feel some of the garments are rather 'prickly' and not soft...More
friendly lady who jsut leaves you alone and lets you meander in peace , lots to see and on refelction we went the to Killarney to see if we could find the same woollen items at a better rate and no thwy are not more...More
We were told that we 'must visit' this mill, by one of the most well known Crios weavers in Ireland while visiting her on Innisheer- that the sheep started at one end and the wool came out the other (or something along those lines). So...More
I read about this mill in a book of patterns by an Irish author and was thrilled to be able to visit. I "forced" the other members of my group to make the stop and join me in the shop. One found just the sweater...More