Irish Storytelling Sweater
When Neil A-Mughan Was Tuk.
“We had been in the middle of our story-tellin’, with all our seats drawn close together round Shemishin’s big hearth fire. The storm of rain and sleet without gave us no bother, only made us enjoy the comfort of the big fire, and the great stories, far more keenly.”
Irish Storytelling Sweater (No. 2440). Classic Irish design, from a small mill in the foothills of Croagh Patrick. Made of 100% pure Shetland wool, lined with cotton. Ribbed collar lined in fleece. Antique brass zipper. Drawstring with brass holders. Two exterior pockets, as well as a hidden inside pocket. No sleeves because, as any Irishman knows, to tell a good story you need your arms and hands free. Slip it on and you’ll be more entertaining. Even fanciful. Have an unquenchable thirst for Guinness.