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I just stopped in as I was walking by to see what it was, and got a great demonstration of the loom and the process of making tweed. Ended up buying a blanket (for me) and a couple scarfs (for gifts). Fascinating to see the...More
This was an unexpected surprise as I dislike shopping. However, I felt right at home entering the shop. Eddie was at the loom and stopped to talk/show me the the process.
I can’t speak to value/pricing as others have, but I can say how much...More
Eddie Doherty is the man! Donegal is way up north, it feels remote, it's gorgeous, best of all, it's where Eddie Doherty lives. I say this because he will make these artistic, handwoven creations right in front of your eyes. He will describe how his...More
A wonderful man who creates wonderfully woven wool on his loom. It was well worth our short stop in Ardara to meet Eddie, to see him at his loom, and then be able to purchase one of his beautiful blankets and scarves. If I am...More
We went into Eddie Doherty's and he was there will to give anyone a demonstration of his hand weaving. You could also buy wool, hats, scarfs and some blazers and coats. Only hand weaver left. Beautiful quality. I picked up a scarf, something I wouldn't...More
This was our second visit to Eddie Doherty's Tweed in Ardara. Just like our first visit, Eddie was on hand to chat with. He ran the loom for us which is so fun to watch. His tweeds are beautiful. You won't find them in every...More
On a previous trip to Ireland I bought a beautiful green cape in Doolin. The lady in the shop told me it was rare, made by one of the last handweavers in Ireland. Eddie's name was on the tag, and after doing research on him...More
I had a wonderful visit to Eddie Dogherty on 21st of May 2018. What a wealth of knowledge he is. He answered all my questions on weaving and I learned so much from my visit. Eddie is a such a gentleman and he explained so...More