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How to make a  St. Brigid’s Cross
Step 1:   Gather 16 pieces of reed.
If you can’t find reeds, you could also use pipe cleaners or straw! Source Source
Step 2:   Take the shortest one and hold upright.
Step 3:   Take a second straw and fold it in the middle. Wrap it around the first straw at the centre.
Step 4:   Take a third straw and wrap it around the second straw and pull tight.
Step 5:   Take a fourth straw and wrap it around the third straw and pull tight.
Step 6:   Take a fifth straw and wrap it around the fourth straw and pull tight.
Step 7:   Take a sixth straw and wrap it around the fifth straw.
Repeat these steps….
 
Tie rubber bands at the end of each arm and cut the ends for a fine finish! Source Source
You now have a St. Brigid’s Cross! Congrats! Source All pictures are from Lisa Keenan and Louise Carey – except those with...
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How to make a St Brigid's Cross

  1. 1. How to make a St. Brigid’s Cross
  2. 2. Step 1: Gather 16 pieces of reed.
  3. 3. If you can’t find reeds, you could also use pipe cleaners or straw! Source Source
  4. 4. Step 2: Take the shortest one and hold upright.
  5. 5. Step 3: Take a second straw and fold it in the middle. Wrap it around the first straw at the centre.
  6. 6. Step 4: Take a third straw and wrap it around the second straw and pull tight.
  7. 7. Step 5: Take a fourth straw and wrap it around the third straw and pull tight.
  8. 8. Step 6: Take a fifth straw and wrap it around the fourth straw and pull tight.
  9. 9. Step 7: Take a sixth straw and wrap it around the fifth straw.
  10. 10. Repeat these steps….
  11. 12. Tie rubber bands at the end of each arm and cut the ends for a fine finish! Source Source
  12. 13. You now have a St. Brigid’s Cross! Congrats! Source All pictures are from Lisa Keenan and Louise Carey – except those with sources…

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