This pattern is named for Grace O'Malley who, following in the footsteps of her father, was lord of the O'Malley dynasty in the west of Ireland. Grace was well educated, very rare for that time in Ireland for a woman, and she met with Queen Elizabeth I at her court to petition for the release of her sons and half brother who were captured by the English governor of Connacht.
She was the original girl boss and this pattern celebrates her femininity, intelligence and strength.
Repeat: V: 4.5 inches H: 8.5 inches
Printable Width: 51 in (130 cm)
6 oz per square yard (210 gsm)
Ships 3-4 weeks
Irish linen is beautifully rich to the touch, and possesses a wonderful balance of drape, breathability and comfort. It's wearable, adaptable, stunning when finely tailored and yet full of personality and individuality.
The Irish Linen Guild has defined Irish linen as yarn which is spun in Ireland from 100% flax fibres. Irish linen fabric is defined as fabric which is woven in Ireland from 100% linen yarns.
Cold (30°C) delicate wash cycle using a wash bag to avoid abrasion. Hand wash: do not rub, line dry and iron whilst damp for minimum shrinkage. Dry clean.
Country of Origin
Milled and woven in Ireland
Printed in Ireland using eco-friendly, water-based inks