St Brigid’s Cross


The St Brigid’s cross has been made throughout Ireland for centuries. Today it is still made by school children on February 1st using rushes in places where they are available.It is thought St Brigid first made one from rushes on the floor by the bedside of her father or possibly another chieftan who was dying.

This Cross was made using field rushes which are gathered from fields in West Cork and made here is Kilcoe Studios .

Traditionally they would be hung over the door or in the kitchen and it is believed to help protect the house from illness and other troubles.

Cross 25 cm x 25 cm


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St Brigid's Cross

St Brigid's Cross, St Brigid's cross making kit, Rush Bundle