Got a Girl Crush On: The Waulking Songs of Scotland’s women weavers

“Waulking songs (Scots Gaelic: Òrain Luaidh) are Scottish folk songs, traditionally sung in the Gaelic language by women while waulking cloth. This practice involved a group of people beating newly woven tweed rhythmically against a table or similar surface to soften it. Simple, beat-driven songs were used to accompany the work.” [wiki]

I’d totally have a beer with these ladies.

(submission via Jess via knityorkcity)