Published January 2000
by Lilliput Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Breandan O Heithir (Editor), Ruairi O Heithir (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||302|
Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Text will be unmarked and pages crisp. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. AN ARAN READER By Breandan O Heithir **Mint Condition**. aran (Scottish Gaelic - From the Old Irish arán) Noun. bread, loaf Aran is a beautiful cookbook from an artisan bakery in the heart of Scotland with the same name/5(30). “From prehistoric times the Aran Islands have attracted the curious, the missioners, the adventurers a fascinating and beautiful anthology.”–The Sunday Press ‘This captivating anthology catches both the essence of the Romantic view of Aran and the impossibility of exaggerating very much about these three incredible rafts of windswept limestone. An Aran Reader . THE book on Aran knitting. It's not a pattern book, exactly, but a history and reference book on Aran knitting that also happens to include some patterns (which are lovely, by the way, though definitely not beginner knits). She opens with a dissertation of sorts on the Aran, debunking some myths as she goes/5.
This book adds more patterns and shows how to make Aran panels with different patterns. This makes it perfect to design the sweater, cardigan, long jacket. It gives help in casting on stitches for all by: 3. I have just begun this unusual book. An English author walks around the Aran island off the west coast of Ireland, narrating about the landscape, the history and local lore. He writes elegantly, and this book draws you in to the journey/5. Quran is the only book which is most read and memorized in and around the world. Since child hood a boy or girl are taught to read the quran. It is obligatory for every Muslim to read some chapter in the daily 5 time prayers. And . aran (Scottish Gaelic). From the Old Irish aran. Noun bread, loaf (masculine noun, nominative case) Aran is a beautiful cookbook from an artisan bakery in the heart of Scotland with the same name. In it, Great British Bake Off star Flora Shedden shares her simple, modern recipes and a window onto a picturesque life below the highlands, with stunning location photography and /5(32).