Looking Forward – Woollinn 2020

Looking Forward – Woollinn 2020

It’s that time of year when holiday greetings are sent out, people are writing ‘Year in Review’ posts, or planning personal goals for the year ahead. You know by now that here at Woollinn we like to do things a little differently. So, rather than get...
Creating a Culture of Inclusion with Adaku Ezeudo is Now Live

Creating a Culture of Inclusion with Adaku Ezeudo is Now Live

We are very excited to announce that the recordings of Creating a Culture of Inclusion by Adaku Ezeudo are now live. ⠀ Adaku joined us during Woollinn’s Farewell lunch and shared tips on how small businesses can create a culture of inclusion in their spaces, and...
Your 2019 Woollinn Collectables and Goodies

Your 2019 Woollinn Collectables and Goodies

With only a few days to go until doors open here at Woollinn HQ, we thought we would introduce you to some exclusive Woollinn goodies that you can only get your hands on at the festival! We might be a little bit excited about these…….. Woollinn 2019 Pin For all you...
Your Woollinn 2019 Festival Guide

Your Woollinn 2019 Festival Guide

Can you believe we are so close to opening our doors for this year’s festival? We have put together this handy round-up for you today, with all the key information you’ll need to be sure that you won’t miss your favourite vendor, a chance to chill...
The Woollinn 2019 Venue Guide

The Woollinn 2019 Venue Guide

Ready to plan your Woollinn trip? We’ve compiled this handy guide to make that process as easy as possible! Location Woollinn is located in the City North Hotel which is a purpose-built conference centre located just off Junction 7 on the M1, Dublin to Belfast...
Inse by Ailbíona MacLochlainn – The Woollinn MAL

Inse by Ailbíona MacLochlainn – The Woollinn MAL

Based in County Donegal, Ireland, Ailbi­ona McLochlainn is a handknit designer, artist, and recovering academic. She learned to knit at the age of 4 in the improvisational folk tradition and was oblivious to the world of written patterns – until 30 years later...