Irish St. Brigid's Cross / Crosog Bridge

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Making a St. Brigid's cross is an Irish custom many centuries old that is still practiced in many parts of Ireland today. The cross was made from rushes or straw originally and placed in houses to keep them safe from fire and evil. The crosses are made and hung annually on February 1st when the feast of St. Brigid occurs.

  • St. Brigid's Cross
  • Approximately 13.5cm x 13.5cm
  • Story of St. Brigid Included