Hand Woven St. Brigid's Crosses

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Hand Woven St. Brigid's Crosses

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Making St. Brigid’s Crosses is an ancient Irish custom that honors the life and work of St. Brigid , the patron St. of Ireland, as well as the Goddess Brigid who rules the coming light of Spring. They were traditionally made around the time of Imbolc, February 1, and hung above doorways and thresholds with prayers for good luck and fortune.

These crosses are hand made with Cattail rushes that were wild gathered from our backyard marsh and tied with locally hand-spun wool. Each is a little bit different but basically, the large size is about 12x12 inches and the small is about 6x6 inches.

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