• [Free Pattern] This Celtic Knot Is So Twisted, It Is Almost Fascinating

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    Celtic Knots are so popular these days. You can see them on jewelries, tattoos, fashion items, architecture. That’s something amazing and at the same time intriguing about them, they seem to have no beginning and no end. Have you notice that?

    Why not use them in crochet as well? This Celtic Knot Square by Carola Wijma is a beautifully intricate looking square which is not as complicated as it looks to make.

    The Celtic Knot consists of three parts, 1 centre square and 2 ovals. CORNER SQUARE AND OVALS: 4 Tr(dc) in 1 chain stitch. To prevent a hole pick up 2 loops of the chain stitch instead of one.

    Sometimes different colors, even from the same brand, give different results.
    Source: Celtic Knot Squares

    Can you imagine an afghan using this pattern? Amazing! Get the free pattern and  learn more about the Celtic  Knot Square here.

    Looking for crochet patterns from the same designer? Here are more free crochet patterns designed by Carola Wijma

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    This image courtesy of Carola Wijma

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    40 Comments to [Free Pattern] This Celtic Knot Is So Twisted, It Is Almost Fascinating

    1. So this appears to be four without the border. The pattern doesn’t share how exactly to make this. At what points are you attaching? Maybe once I make four it will be obvious.

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