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Saint Brigid’s Cross

Saint Brigid’s Cross

Saint Brigid’s Cross

Brigid’s cross or Bridget’s cross is a small cross woven from rushes and has four arms tied at the ends and a woven square in the middle.

Brigid’s crosses are associated with Saint Brigid, a patron saint of Ireland and of babies, infants and more…

 

The crosses are traditionally made on St Brigid’s feast day, 1 February, Lá Fhéile Bríde, marking the beginning of Spring and the famous SOFT Coffee mornings!

Put a St Brigid’s cross in a place of honor in your home, to protect against fire and evil spirits

Why not light a candle, say a prayer and drink a nice cup of coffee on St Brigid’s Day