Irish Made Awards Textiles Finalists

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There are some beautifully made blankets and homewares being made here in Ireland. Here, get to know the Textiles finalists in this year’s Irish Made Awards

There is an impressive range of textiles producers, makers and artists here in Ireland. Here, get to know the Textiles finalists before casting your vote in the Irish Made Awards 2022!


Avoca’s throws are made from a mohair and pure wool blend, and then woven in the Avoca Mill in Co Wicklow. Eye-catching yet timeless, an Avoca throw is sure to become a cherished favourite in any home.

Blue Bridge House

Laura Mallet runs her sustainable textile studio in the heart of the Liberties in Dublin. Her products include organic cotton round wipes, cutlery pouches and naturally dyed kerchiefs.

Crann + Caora

Lorna Shannon makes a range of shawls in her home in the Co Antrim hills.  The weaving process is a completely manual one and by using only natural soap to full the cloth, the smallest amount of water possible is used and the waste water has little impact on the environment.

Liz Walsh Textiles

All of Liz Walsh’s homewares are designed and made in Dublin, using linen from Baird McNutts mill in Kells, Co Antrim. her products include a resuable linen coffee filter and a linen bread bag.

Ellie Dunne Art

Ellie Dunne is a 22-year-old artist who has Down Syndrome. She collaborates with Cushendale wollen mills to create blankets made in Irish wool. She also raised over €10,000 for the Irish Red Cross Ukraine appeal with a special blue and yellow blanket.

STABLE of Ireland

Stable of Ireland design and make accessories to wear, for home and to gift, from Irish tweeds and linen. The designs are a nod to the 60s and 70s, with a bright Irish linen piping to add a modern touch.

Woolow Limited

Woolow is a pioneering sleep-care company that designs and manufactures a range of wool bedding in Ireland. Their wool pillows are natural, allergy free and eco-friendly bedding products.


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