The sun has gained strength and Brigid’s or Bride’s day is a day celebrating the Goddess of the Hearth and Smith craft. Also on this cross-quarter day, we light candles encouraging the sun to grow stronger and bring warmth to the land. Corn dollies and wheat stalk Brigid’s crosses decorate our houses, having been saved from last year’s harvest. We celebrate warmth returning to the land.
Brigid is the Goddess most associated with this day and she is a Goddess smithcraft and art.
On this quilt are candles, a music staff, ink, quill and parchment, sheep, and shafts of wheat as well as the pentacle, tree in season, and the Sabbat name.
This listing is for an ACEO print of an original appliqué wall hanging. It is one of a series of eight (8) that represent each of the eight pagan Sabbats (Samhain, Yule, Imbolc, Ostara, Beltane, Litha, Lammas, and Mabon).