Brigid (Macrame Interpretation)

Brigid (Macrame Interpretation)


Brigid (Breej, Brighid, Brigit) is the Celtic Goddess of Fire, Healing, Divinity, Inspiration, Smithcraft and Poetry.


Recycled cotton, Magnolia and Amethyst.

Height: 111cm

Width: 46cm


Born to Dagda, the God of Druids, with flames reaching from her crown and linking her up to the Source - and a member of the Tuatha De Dannan (an ancient tribe of magickal folk from early Ireland)


She is known as a triple Goddess, with some saying she had two sisters and others saying she was all three. Her Maiden form emerges during the celebration of Imbolc - the mid-point between Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox - and brings with it fertility and new life.


See more about our Goddess Brigid and her creation (as well as journal prompts and a candle meditation) on the Lyra&Atlas blog: 


Macrame Art, Knot Magic and Creative Circles

Imbued with magic.

Planet friendly ethos woven into every piece.