You have purchased your ticket, sorted out transport and now you are checking the online schedule to make the most of your Woollinn experience. We thought we would make things easier for you by putting together some highlights that are happening during Woollinn 2019. We will be updating this page regularly as new events are being announced!

Open those diaries, prep those journals, find your favourite pen; it’s time to find out more below:

Visit the Ravelry Lounge at Woollinn!

Be sure to make space during your Woollinn visit to spend some time in the Ravelry Lounge and help us to celebrate 12 years (and counting!) of Jessica Marshall-Forbes will be one of our Special Guests, so not only will you have a chance to meet one of Ravelry’s Co-Founders, but we’ll also have a team of expert volunteers on hand to help you in accessing all the incredible features Ravelry has to offer.  If there is anything you have always wanted to know, or if you haven’t joined this online community yet, now is your chance to get acquainted with the features of this fabulous website. 

You can find out more about what’s happening in the Ravelry Lounge over here. 

The Ravelry Lounge has been kindly sponsored by Cross and Woods Crafting Parlour.


Adaku EzeudoCreating a Culture of Inclusion

We have invited Adaku to give a short presentation on Sunday the 16th June, during our “farewell” lunch at the City North Hotel. Adaku will share her experiences of social exclusion from a migrant perspective, and also detail the supports that have helped her to feel more included in Irish society. Adaku will then share some tips on how small businesses can create a culture of inclusion in their spaces, and how to promote diversity in their online and real-world interactions. We hope that this will open up lots of positive discussions and help foster practical actions that will benefit the fibre crafting community as a whole. It has always been our aim to create an inclusive and welcoming event, and we hope that will be reflected in your own experiences at Woollinn. Find out more information about Adaku on our blog here or on her website here. 

This event has been kindly sponsored by Stephen & Penelope


Discover WestKnits BestKnits at Woollinn!

Join knitting designer Stephen West for an explosion of colour as he shares all of his latest and greatest Westknits designs. Stephen has revolutionized the knitting world throughout the last 10 years with his inventive shawl shapes and daring use of colour. Come and be inspired by the artistic world of Westknits! Attendees can get up close and personal with original samples modelled on the Woollinn runway and can meet Stephen at his shop’s booth, Stephen & Penelope, after the lecture for a book signing and meet and greet.

Tickets available here.

Exploring Irish Aran with Vawn Corrigan.

Join Vawn Corrigan at Woollinn this year, as she takes us on a journey to explore the history, tradition and fashion of Irish Aran Knitting.

Irish Aran knitting is a living tradition with a worldwide reach. Arans communicate warmth, comfort and a sense of home, which people the world over continue to respond to, even though the connection to our rocky outcroppings in the Atlantic Ocean may be long forgotten. Vawn Corrigan will explore the history, mythology and growth of this iconic design during her guest lectures here at Woollinn. There will also be a chance for you to share your own Aran stories and join in a Q&A after Vawn’s presentation.

You can find out a little more about this lecture on our blog here.

These tickets will be available soon so if you want to nab one of those make sure that you are signed up to the Woollinn Newsletter.

Bristol Ivy and Schrodinger’s Knitting.

Calling all fans of Bristol Ivy – we have a treat for you! We’re delighted to announce that a special Bristol Ivy Lecture has now been added to our Festival Programme and that tickets for this event will go on sale in the coming weeks. If you want to free your mind, get messy and find a whole new approach to knitting, then this lecture is not to be missed. Bristol explores knitting traditions and how to break free so that you can introduce a whole new approach to your knitting. You can find out a little more about this lecture on our blog here. 

Tickets available here.

More Coming Soon!

This is just a taste of what’s in store for you at Woollinn 2019. Don’t forget to check back soon as we will be updating this page regularly from now until June 14th! 

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