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Next Saturday October 12th, from 4pm to 5.30pm, Carol Feller will be in This is Knit to celebrate the launch of her new book Cosy Knits. Join Carol (@feller.carol,) and two special guests, Jimenez Joseph (@jimiknits) and Eimear Earley (@playingwithfibre), for a chilled-out afternoon of crafting, tasty nibbles and great company as a closer look is taken at her latest book.

Across the afternoon, Carol will be introducing the designs and creators behind her nine stunning pieces along with the inspiration and techniques used to create Cosy Knits. She will also be taking a ‘behind the scenes’ look at how Cosy Knits evolved from concept to print before finishing with an open Q&A session. On the day, there will lots of amazing spot prizes to be won, 10% off Cosy Knits and the Nua Yarn ranges, freshly baked pastries from The Pepper Pot Café and the chance to get up close and personal with some stunning new samples.

Interested in attending this unique book launch?

If this sounds like a gathering that you would like to be part of, then all you need to do is reserve your spot using the link below. As space is limited, there is a small fee to secure your place, but it will be worth it as we have a fantastic afternoon in store for you!

RESERVE YOUR SPOT HERE

Number 59 South William Street was the Townhouse of Richard and Amelia Wingfield, Lord and Lady Powerscourt, in the Eighteenth Century. Their main residence was Powerscourt Estate in Enniskerry, Co Wicklow and Lord Powerscourt was a member of the House of Lords.

The Townhouse was used to host dinner parties and dances when Parliament was in session. Their guests were wowed by the beautiful stucco work on the ceilings and walls of the Staircase, the Dining Room and the Ballroom.

Lord Powerscourt did the Grand Tour and was inspired by French and Italian art so the Townhouse was filled with paintings and antiques. When Lord Powerscourt died the Townhouse was sold to the Irish Government who commissioned Francis Johnstone to add groups of buildings to be used as tax offices.

In the 1980s, almost 200 years after the Wingfields lived there, it was converted into Powerscourt Shopping Centre which was nominated for a European award. The Antique shops made the former tax offices their home and filled them with beautiful paintings, silver, china and jewellery. A case of history repeating itself! You might even discover a piece that once belonged to Lord and Lady Powerscourt!

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre are delighted to give you the event guide for our St. Patricks Festival taking place from the 15th-17th of March. Throughout the centre that originates from 1774 there will be an abundance of Irish festivities for locals and tourists to enjoy. All activities are complimentary along with browsing the Irish design shops that Powerscourt Townhouse has to offer such as Irish Couture,  Design Centre and plenty more.

If you are looking for a shopping centre a stone throws away from Grafton Street full of historic charm then Powerscourt Townhouse Centre is the place to be St.Patricks Day.

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