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The making of the saint Brigid's stained glass cross.

The Saint Brigid’s cross is a custom that marks the feast day of St. Brigid, which falls on the 1st of February, the beginning of spring. The making of the cross has many meanings and stories; one ritual is that the cross is hung over the door as a way of protecting the household from fire, evil spirits and energies. Here we are making the Celtic spiral cross with emerald green wispy glass. Saint Brigid's crosses are available in different sizes, and are available on-line at www.glasscraft.ie


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