Folded Leaf moves to the Burren

I have recently set up a new bookbinding studio in the Burren, Co Clare. This area in Ireland is renowned for its remarkable variety of plants and animals. Three quarters of Ireland’s species of flowers are found in the Burren. The word “Burren” comes from an Irish word “Boíreann” meaning a rocky place: chunky limestone boulders and pavements cover the landscape. My beautiful studio is located overlooking Lough Inchiquin, Corofin in the grounds of Clifden House, an old landlord’s house. The studio has a split-level mezzanine – with a rickety spiral staircase – meaning that…
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