A maddycraft project pattern that combines knitting and knotting. With a few twists and turns, I-Cord becomes a Celtic Heart Knot
The decorative motif of interlacing patterns is visible through- out history from ancient cultures to modern times, where
these designs are most often associated with the national identity of the Celtic populations of Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.
The interlaced patterns in Celtic art are prominent on monuments and in illuminated manuscripts, such as
the Book of Kells.
Any weight of yarn in any fiber may be used to complete this project. However, a smooth-textured yarn allows for the best definition of the knotting and will lend an attractive appearance to the cord.
This FREE pattern from maddycraft includes written instructions with links to photo and video tutorials.
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