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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

100% Merino Honeycomb Wool Throw knitted using Aran cable and honeycomb patterns symbolising the fisherman’s ropes bringing hope of a fruitful day at sea. The ladder of life Aran pattern is also used signifying the various stages in life, some say that it has a religious significance and resembles a pilgrim’s path to salvation. The use of the traditional Aran honeycomb pattern is said to bring luck, some say that it represents the hard working honey bee.

Posted by Randall M. Bagley at 9:03 PM

100% Merino Honeycomb Wool Throw knitted using Aran cable and honeycomb patterns symbolising the fisherman’s ropes bringing hope of a fruitful day at sea. The ladder of life Aran pattern is also used signifying the various stages in life, some say that it has a religious significance and resembles a pilgrim’s path to salvation. The use of the traditional Aran honeycomb pattern is said to bring luck, some say that it represents the hard working honey bee.

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