Standing in a workhouse, examining the intricate detail of a craft born out of the Great Irish Famine, it seems oddly serendipitous for my conversation with Caterina Coyne to start with emigration. As she speaks, you can hear the tint of a faded English accent despite the long departure from the country in which she was born. Her Irish parents from Connemara and Skibbereen moved to London before returning to Galway with 13 year old Caterina and her siblings in 1992.