Irish handwoven Tweed Caps make a Historic return with modern Style

Irish handwoven Tweed Caps make a Historic return with modern Style

Often associated with working class, it was in fact first worn by wealthy sporting gentlemen throughout Europe and, in 16th Century England, men were obliged by law to wear flat caps on Sundays!
Irish Aran Island Traditional Clothing - The Crios Belt

Irish Aran Island Traditional Clothing - The Crios Belt

Just as every family would knit their Aran sweaters with a particular series of stitches in order to distinguish a fisherman drowned at sea, so too would every crios have its own particular identifying set of colours.

The Rise and Fall, and Rise Again of unique World renowned Irish Linen

The Rise and Fall, and Rise Again of unique World renowned Irish Linen

Ireland became expert in linen production as far back as the 17th century...being in direct competition with the English woolen industry, Ireland was forced to switch to linen production....by the 1920's there were over 70,000 people directly employed with approximately 37,000 looms

Launch of the Patrick Scott COLOUR Scarf for the STABLE of Ireland Art Series 3

Launch of the Patrick Scott COLOUR Scarf for the STABLE of Ireland Art Series 3

The COLOUR Scarf by Patrick Scott was originally commissioned in 1968 by Kilkenny Design Workshops, exactly 50 years ago. Part of the STABLE ART Series Project and follow “Pub Wall” by Patrick Scott and “Flight” by Louis Le Brocquy, crepe de chine silk scarves reproduced exclusively by STABLE of Ireland.

Patrick Scott was one of Ireland’s leading visual artists is a major figure on the international art stage.


8 Reasons to Love Linen Bedding....apart from its Pure Luxury

8 Reasons to Love Linen Bedding....apart from its Pure Luxury

Made from flax fibre, linen has been one of the world’s oldest fabrics and previous generations before us have always known and appreciated the unique qualities of linen. Here are 8 reasons to love linen bedding.
Saint Patrick's Day and the STABLE of Ireland Tricolour

Saint Patrick's Day and the STABLE of Ireland Tricolour

How extraordinarily is it that our tiny Island can be simply represented and instantly associated by the colour green! At STABLE we are flying the flag to especially celebrate our tiny island of Ireland with our STABLE Tricolour.

Irish Linen and Irish Tradition - Quality abides and History matters in Textiles

Irish Linen and Irish Tradition - Quality abides and History matters in Textiles

Linen is a natural fabric produced from the flax plant, which has distinctive blue flowers....Irish linen is renowned for its superior quality. It is a cloth with a complex production process that is delicately woven and intricately designed.
Image Interiors & Living Design Awards 2017- STABLE Wins!

Image Interiors & Living Design Awards 2017- STABLE Wins!

Ireland has a rich heritage of creativity, and since the first issue of Image Interiors & Living, we have prided ourselves on championing and supporting both the artisan and the industry. In our IMAGE Interiors & Living Design Awards 2017, we celebrate the makers and designers who have showcased true excellence in their fields. After a rigorous shortlisting process by our judges and reader votes, we present our ten category winners…BEST FABRIC – STABLE


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Size Guide

Linens:

The Ultra Skinny 10 x 200cm

The Skinny 20 x 200cm

The Single Large 75 x 150cm

The Double Long 30 x 200cm