A Celt Speaks Out
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MaryAnn writes: "The Aran Isles are Scottish. Aran Island is Irish. They both may be spelled with one or two r's. The famed sweaters are Irish. Being an Irish/Scottish blend, I was always confused by this myself until visiting there. All of us Celts are big into our wool and knitting and crocheting; the shared blood of Scots and Irish make for beautiful music, woolens and well ... common place names. I like to incorporate my [entire] Celtic heritage in my needlework whenever possible. Thanks for including it in your magazine!"
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