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  • Crafts & Cooking | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    Specialist Shay O Connor More Claico Doll and Sleepy Gown Patterns Calico Doll and Sleepy Gown Patterns More Shortcuts to summer shortcakes 1964 Here are a couple of shortcake recipes which make the most of the raspberries and loganberries Just remember to choose the ripest berries you can This and a quality flour is the secret of a successful shortcake More Sultana Bread 1965 Author unknown More Aran sweater 1970

    Original URL path: http://www.ica.ie/Crafts-Cooking.2529.1.1.aspx (2016-01-06)
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  • Crafts & Cooking | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    1967 Sheila M More Cheese Cookery 1965 By Maura Laverty More Fair Isle Jumper 1969 By Erika Harrison More Smocking 1964 N Bradley More Lace Tray cloth 1971 The Journal of Bantracht Na Tuaithe More Card Loom Weaving for Slippers 1962 By Miranda Fitzgerald More Soft Toy Making 1965 The skill of Soft Toy Making is a very pleasant hobby and one that can be pursued all the year round

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  • Crafts & Cooking | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    Bread in All the Land Bettys Award Winning Brown Bread Recipe More Basketry 1962 ICA An Grianán News Quarterly Winter 1962 By Jo Grimes More Introduction to Tie Dye 1985 Tie Dye is a tremendously exciting craft Bright bold colours can be transformed to produce infinite patterns that stimulate the imagination More Cap Sleeved waistcoat 1979 The layered look has gone and winter is on its way So how do

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  • Find Your Guild | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    CORK St Luke s CORK Tower CORK Upper Glanmire CORK Watergrasshill CORK Whitechurch DONEGAL Ardara DONEGAL Bunbeg DONEGAL Buncrana DONEGAL Carndonagh DONEGAL Fahan DONEGAL Finn Valley DONEGAL Grianan of Aileach DONEGAL Killybegs DONEGAL Lifford DONEGAL Mountcharles DONEGAL Moville DONEGAL Muff DONEGAL Raphoe DONEGAL Taughboyne DUBLIN Balbriggan DUBLIN Ballsbridge DUBLIN Ballybrack DUBLIN Ballymun DUBLIN Blackrock DUBLIN Blanchardstown DUBLIN Bohernabreena DUBLIN Botanic Glasnevin DUBLIN Brittas DUBLIN Castleknock DUBLIN Clondalkin DUBLIN Dollymount DUBLIN Donaghmede DUBLIN Dun Laoghaire DUBLIN Garristown DUBLIN Howth DUBLIN Kilnamanagh DUBLIN Kilternan DUBLIN Knocklyon DUBLIN Liffey Valley DUBLIN Lucan DUBLIN Lusk DUBLIN Marlay DUBLIN Milltown DUBLIN Portmarnock DUBLIN Rolestown DUBLIN Rush DUBLIN Sandyford DUBLIN Santry DUBLIN Shankill DUBLIN Swords DUBLIN Tallaght GALWAY Abbeyknockmoy GALWAY Ahascragh GALWAY Barna GALWAY Caltra GALWAY Cappatagle GALWAY Castlegar GALWAY Claran GALWAY Cleggan GALWAY Clifden GALWAY Corofin GALWAY Craughwell GALWAY Creagh GALWAY Gort GALWAY Innisboffin GALWAY Killalaghton GALWAY Killererin GALWAY Knocknacarra GALWAY Labane GALWAY Loughrea GALWAY Maree GALWAY Moycullen GALWAY Mullagh GALWAY New Inn GALWAY Renmore GALWAY Roscahill GALWAY Tullycross KERRY Annascaul KERRY Ardfert KERRY Ballybunion KERRY Ballylongford KERRY Cahirciveen KERRY Camp KERRY Castlegregory KERRY Causeway KERRY Clochán Bréanainn KERRY Clounmacon KERRY Derryquay KERRY Dromda KERRY Firies KERRY Glencar KERRY Kilcummin KERRY Moyvane KERRY Muckross KERRY Spa Fenit KERRY Tarbert KILDARE Athgarvin KILDARE Athy KILDARE Ballitore KILDARE Ballymore Eustace KILDARE Castledermot KILDARE Celbridge KILDARE Clane KILDARE Derrinturn KILDARE Ellistown KILDARE Fontstown KILDARE Kilcock KILDARE Kildare KILDARE Kill KILDARE Kilteel KILDARE Leixlip KILDARE Maynooth KILDARE Nas na Riogh KILDARE Newbridge KILDARE Prosperous KILDARE Sallins KILDARE Suncroft KILDARE Two Mile House KILKENNY Ballyouskill KILKENNY Ballyragget KILKENNY Clara KILKENNY Clogh KILKENNY Crannagh KILKENNY Glenmore KILKENNY Graignamanagh KILKENNY Graine KILKENNY Hugginstown KILKENNY Inistioge KILKENNY Kilkenny City KILKENNY Kilmacow KILKENNY Mullinavat KILKENNY Owning KILKENNY Seven Houses KILKENNY Urlingford KILKENNY Windgap LAOIS Abbeyleix LAOIS Arles LAOIS Ballylinan LAOIS Ballyroan LAOIS Borris in Ossory LAOIS Camross LAOIS Castletown LAOIS Clonad LAOIS Clonaslee LAOIS Clough LAOIS Cullohill LAOIS Emo LAOIS Killabbin LAOIS Killanure LAOIS Knockaroo LAOIS Mountmellick LAOIS Portlaoise LAOIS Raheen LAOIS Ratheniska LAOIS Rosehallis LAOIS Spink LAOIS Stradbally LAOIS Timahoe LEITRIM Annaduff LEITRIM Aughavas LEITRIM Dromahair Breffni LEITRIM Carrick on Shannon LEITRIM Cloone LEITRIM Drumkeeran LEITRIM Drumshanbo LEITRIM Glencar LEITRIM Glenfarne LEITRIM Kinlough LEITRIM Mohill LIMERICK Ardagh LIMERICK Askeaton Ballysteen LIMERICK Ballingarry LIMERICK Ballyagran LIMERICK Ballyhahill Loughill LIMERICK Broadford LIMERICK Caherdavin LIMERICK Caislean Nua LIMERICK Cappamore LIMERICK Castleconnell LIMERICK Castlemahon LIMERICK Castletroy LIMERICK Clarina LIMERICK Crecora LIMERICK Doon LIMERICK Drombanna LIMERICK Fedamore LIMERICK Feenagh LIMERICK Galbally LIMERICK Glin LIMERICK Grange LIMERICK Kilbehenny LIMERICK Kildimo LIMERICK Kilmallock LIMERICK Kilmeedy LIMERICK Limerick City LIMERICK Mainister Na Feile LIMERICK Mungret St Pauls LIMERICK Murroe Boher LIMERICK Oola LONGFORD Ardah LONGFORD Ballinalee LONGFORD Ballinamuck LONGFORD Ballymacormack LONGFORD Coolamber LONGFORD Ennybegs LONGFORD Granard LONGFORD Kenagh LONGFORD Lanesboro LONGFORD Legan LONGFORD Longford Town LONGFORD Moydow LONGFORD Newtowncashel LONGFORD Newtownforbes LOUTH Blackrock LOUTH Castletown LOUTH Drogheda LOUTH Dundalk LOUTH Kilkerley LOUTH Louth Village LOUTH Marshes LOUTH Monasterboice LOUTH Ravensdale LOUTH Termonfeckin LOUTH Togher LOUTH Walshestown Clogherhead MAYO Ballina MAYO Behy MAYO Bonniconlon MAYO Brickens MAYO Castlebar MAYO Claremorris MAYO Crossboyne

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  • Carlow | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    Map of Guilds History What s On Contacts News Carlow Guilds View ICA Guilds in a larger map back to top Carlow History Carlow Federation was founded in 1956 and currently has 14 Guilds Our activities include crafts community development and involvement at all levels and representation of our members at national level Our newest Guild is Leighlinbridge and we welcome all the members there Every year the Carlow Federation has a tent at the Tullow Show please come and visit to see more about what we do As part of our participation in the show we have a display competition between each guild For 2012 the competition was a display of the oldest household item unfortunately due to the bad weather in August the Show was cancelled back to top What s On Calendar Carlow back to top Contacts Federation President Nicola Byrne 086 0289421 Federation Vice President Mary Collier 087 6111346 Federation Secretary Annette Reddy 087 9734145 Federation Treasurer Mary Nolan 086 1201734 If you are interested in joining an existing guild or setting up a new guild in Carlow please call any of the above ladies and they can help you by putting you in contact with a Guild that shares your interests or helping you start a new Guild Guilds In Carlow there are fourteen guilds They are as follows Askea Ardattin Ballon Ballinabranna Ballyconnell Ballyloughan Bennekerry Garryhill Leighlinbridge Kildavin Myshall St Mullins Tullow and Tinryland All the Guilds have different interests and specialties and achieve great things in their communities If you are interested in joining any guild please contact us and we can put you in touch with the right lady back to top SOS Workshops More Garryhill Guild More Walk in my Shoes Leighlinbridge Small Fundraiser from Leighlinbridge More Garryhill Guild celebrates its

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  • Cavan | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    Cavan Federation was founded in 1953 and currently has 16 Guilds Our activities include art crafts cookery quizzes and recreational activities We also organise classes in painting computers calligraphy flower arranging and effective speaking Members whether old or new novice or experienced are welcomed at all events and encouraged to take part Over the course of a year we have regular competitions The Manor Cup which incorporates a different theme each year allows all members to show off their expertise whether it be knitting sewing flower arranging baking or some other skill The Friendship Bowl is presented annually for poetry reading or impromptu speaking based on a given list of topics Gulds also participate in the Skills of the Year competition at Virginia Show which uses a different theme each year The Kathleen McCabe Cup for Flower Arranging is also held in the autumn Members take part in an annual Charity Walk raising funds for Cancer Homecare These are very well supported and are extremely popular back to top More Cavan History Dorothy Smith who was a founder member in Cavan Guild and federation president went on to become National President in 1958 1960 Phyllis Faris who was a prominent figure in ICA in Cavan and at national level set up a Fund in memory of Dorothy Smith following her death This was called the Dorothy Smith Bursary and guilds contributed to this fund the money invested t provide two half scholarships to An Grianan annually which is raffled among the guilds Phyllis Faris presented the Friendship Bowl to the federation to develop public speaking skills and an annual competition is held for this prestigious bowl every year We actively promote issues relating to women s health We are members of Cavan Women s Network Cross Border Women s Network

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  • Clare | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    Dinner last Saturday night 20 th October at the Old Ground Hotel Ennis The Gort Lomáin Guild was founded in 1912 by Mrs Jane Vere O Brien At that time the ICA was known as the United Irishwomen and held their meetings variously in Barefield School Ballyalla House and other locations In 1935 the name of the organisation changed nationally to Irish Country Women s Association ICA Among the guests of the Guild at the Dinner on Saturday night was Veronica Rowe daughter of the founder Jane Vere O Brien She spoke of the crafts particularly Clare embroidery promoted in the early days when 12 smocked dresses with this decoration were ordered for one of Queen Victoria s grandchildren Liz Wall National President of ICA also spoke and congratulated the Guild on this momentous occasion She said that 7 new guilds have been set up in the past few months nationwide one of them in Clare in Liscannor She said that this was the first Centenary Celebration she had attended in her position as National President but she hoped there would be many more Guild President Mary Uí Ruairc welcomed all who attended both current and many former members and thanked the invisible members the husbands sons etc who help the members and fill in when required The Guild launched a short bi lingual history Gortlomáin Guild which features a photograph of their cottage on the front cover Gort Lomáin is the only Guild in Clare to own their own premises and it is here that they hold meetings on the second Wednesday of each month at 8pm The Cottage acquired in 1954 is the focal point for the many activities of Gort Lomáin ICA members e g flower arranging glass etching knitting card making crochet set dancing cake decorating

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  • Cork | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    Sexton Roscommon was the winner of the Brown Bread Baking Competition at the NPA 2015 Cork Map of Guilds History Contacts News Cork Guilds View ICA Guilds in a larger map back to top Cork History In Co Cork there was an innovator in the person of Josephine Mangan who worked with rural people in her capacity as Poultry Instructor under the direction of the then County Committee of Agriculture It was she who recognised the usefulness to her clients and others of this rural organisation and in due course she was instrumental in establishing the first guild in Co Cork in Clonakilty in the year 1930 Other Guilds followed and as soon as regular meetings suitable premises and programmes were introduced a joint meeting was organised This meeting was to form the nucleus of the Cork Federation of the ICA This first meeting took place on 25 th January 1936 at Bandon back to top Contacts Federation President Deirdre Hickey 086 1741118 deirdrehickey46 gmail com Federation Secretary Pauline O Callaghan 087 7706393 eepauline eircom net Federation Treasurer Noreen Allen 087 2414623 Cork Federation is divided into 5 regions North South East West and Midlands Therefore it has five vice presidents North Judy O Leary 086 3503430 South Margaret O Reilly 086 3773509 margaretoreilly111 gmail com East Nuala Stack 087 9553046 West Bridget O Brien 087 9667453 Mid Ena Howell 087 8060538 enahowell2002 yahoo co uk There are 69 guilds in Cork Federation North Area has 14 Guilds Ballydesmond Boherbue Kiskeam Newtownshandrum Mallow Bweeng Ballyclough Lombardstown Dromtarriffe Freemount Rockchapel Buttevant Mourne Abbey Ballyhooly South Area has 13 Guilds Togher The Lough Douglas Minane Bridge Castlelack Innishannon Dunderrow Ballinspittle Gaggin Ballymartle Bishopstown Ballyphenane Knocknavilla East Area has 10 Guilds Ballymacoda Cobh Midleton Knockraha Watergrasshill Shangarry Fermoy Leamlara Lisgoold Riverstown Glanmire West

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