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Celtic Knot Squares
Carola Wijma

August 2010

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Copyright © Carola Wijma 2010
My patterns are for personal use only a...
Nederlands

UK

USA

Losse

Chain (ch)

Chain (ch )

Halve vaste

Slip Stitch (sl st)

Slip Stitch (sl st )

Vaste (v)

Do...
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Copyright © Carola Wijma
2010
Written chard
The Celtic Knot consists of three parts, 1 centre square and 2 ovals.
CORNER SQUARE AND OVALS: 4 Tr(dc) in 1...
Fasten and weave
in ends
Weave the three parts together.
Fasten and weave in the ends of the parts as
shown in the photo’s...
Rnd. 3.
Decide how big you want to make the square.
I needed a round of htr(hdc) to get a 6 inch square.
Add as many round...
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  1. 1. Celtic Knot Squares Carola Wijma August 2010 1 2 Copyright © Carola Wijma 2010 My patterns are for personal use only and should not be used to crochet or knit items for sale.
  2. 2. Nederlands UK USA Losse Chain (ch) Chain (ch ) Halve vaste Slip Stitch (sl st) Slip Stitch (sl st ) Vaste (v) Double Crochet (dc) Single Crochet (sc) Half stokje (h.stk) Half Treble Crochet (htr) Half Double Crochet (hdc) Stokje (st) Treble Crochet (tr) Double Crochet (dc) OVAL Make 2 CENTRE SQUARE Make 1 Read the written pattern before you start!! Copyright © Carola Wijma 2010
  3. 3. 1 2 Copyright © Carola Wijma 2010
  4. 4. Written chard 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. (1 loop corner) (2 loops corner) Centre Square: Chain 28, close ring with a slipstitch. Chain 3, 1 tr(dc) in next stitch –corner (see above)- 6 tr(dc)- corner- 6 tr(dc)- corner - 6 tr(dc)- corner 4 tr(dc), sl.st. in 3th chain. Oval (make 2): Chain 36, Tr(dc) in 4th chain stitch from hook, 1 tr(dc) in next stitch – corner (see above)- 16 tr(dc) – corner- 14 tr(dc). Check if the sides have the right length. Sometimes different colors, even from the same brand, give different results. It may be necessary to shorten the sides of the ovals. See the photo’s. Too long, do 2 tr(dc) less. 1 tr (dc) less, on both sides The pink oval has sides off 14 and 16 tr(dc). The lilac oval has sides off 15 and 13 tr(dc). Same yarn, same brand, different color. Copyright © Carola Wijma 2010
  5. 5. Fasten and weave in ends Weave the three parts together. Fasten and weave in the ends of the parts as shown in the photo’s. Fasten and weave in ends 2 EDGES SQUARE 2. Rnd 1. Start on a corner of the centre square. * 4 dc(sc), Chain 3, [2 dc(sc), chain 3, 2 dc(sc)] on the 4 corner stitches of an oval: Chain 3*. Repeat 3 times *-*. End with a slipstitch in the first dc(sc). Rnd. 2. Chain 3, 3 tr(dc),* 3 tr(dc) in the chain 3 loop, 2 tr(dc) . In corner loop: [2 tr(dc)-chain 2- 2 tr(dc)], 2 tr(dc), 3 tr(dc) in the chain 3 loop, 4 tr(dc) on the 4 sc(dc) of rnd. 1* repeat *-* 3 times. End with a sl.st. in the 3th chain stitch. Copyright © Carola Wijma 2010
  6. 6. Rnd. 3. Decide how big you want to make the square. I needed a round of htr(hdc) to get a 6 inch square. Add as many rounds as you need to make what you want to make. 1 EDGES SQUARE 1 Rnd. 1 Start with chain 3 on the first tr(dc) of a corner of the centre square, 2 tr(dc) on the next stitch, chain 3, 2 tr(dc) on the next stitch, 1 tr(dc). Chain 6, go (behind oval) directly to the next centre square corner. *Tr(dc) on the first tr(dc) of the corner, 2 tr(dc) on the next stitch, chain 3, 2 tr(dc) on the next stitch, 1 tr(dc). Chain 6, Go (behind oval) directly to the next corner*. Repeat *-* twice. End with a slip stitch in the 3th chain stitch. Rnd. 2 Chain 3, 2 tr(dc) on the next 2 stitches, **[2 tr(dc)-chain 2- 2 tr(dc)] in the chain 3 loop, 3 tr(dc), 2 tr(dc) in the chain 6 loop. Now you have to pick up the chain loop and fasten the corner of the oval at the same time. See the photo’s. Make a tr(dc) halfway between the 2th and 3th tr(dc) of the oval corner, pick up the chain loop and finish the stitch. 2 tr(dc) in the chain 6 loop, 3 tr(dc), ** repeat 3 times (skip last 3 tr(dc)) and end with a sl.st in the 3th chain. Rnd. 3. Decide how big you want to make the square. I needed a round of htr(hdc) to get a 6 inch square. Add as many rounds as you need to make what you want to make. Hope you enjoy this pattern. Please add photo’s of your projects to Ravelry. I’m always curious to see what becomes of my patterns. --------------------------------------------Copyright © Carola Wijma 2010 My patterns are for personal use only and should not be used to crochet or knit items for sale.
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