Paddy and Plunkett have a Picnic - H Crawford/CrawCrafts Beasties

Happy St Patrick’s Day!

Everyone’s Irish today… Or so I hear! And I thought this might be a nice excuse to revisit some of my favourite Barróg Beastie* pics from the past year. But, for a little bit of Paddy’s Day fun, it’s up to you to decide who is the most Irish Irish Beastie of them all – let me know in the comments!

*For those of you who are new to Beastie-spotting, a Barróg Beastie is one knitted from 100% Irish wool. They can be identified by their slightly smaller stature, and more typically Irish accessories! Oh, and that word “barróg”? That’s Irish for “hug”!
Beastie at the Breakfast Table - CrawCrafts BeastiesFry-Up Beastie can’t wait to tuck into his full Irish breakfast. I’m not surprised – YUM!

Red Ale Beastie's Pint, by CrawCrafts BeastiesSláinte! Toast this most festive of days with Red Ale Beastie – I’ll drink to that!

Redhead Beastie, by CrawCrafts BeastiesEnjoy the sunny spring weather with Redhead Beastie…

Leabhar (Book) Barrog Beastie, by CrawCrafts Beasties… Or relax with a good book, like Finn McSpool here!

And if you just can’t decide, your last option is a two-for-one deal… Adventurous duo Paddy and Plunkett!
Beach Beasties Frame 3 - CrawCrafts BeastiesWherever you are, however you’re celebrating, have a very happy St Patrick’s Day! Cheers!