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Thread: Celtic Knots

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    Does anyone have an easy or easy to understand pattern for a Celtic Love Knot or any Celtic Knot? I have been asked to make one for an upcoming wedding.

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    I started a quilt like that, very pretty, it is still a UFO though.

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    http://altanalaybeyoglu.bloguez.com/...tic-love-knots

    Some knots to look at and maybe you can draft your own?

    Here's a free pattern for a Celtic knot quilt:

    http://www.ehow.com/how_4892092_simp...ilt-block.html

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    Celtic Pieced Illusions by Karen Combs check out this book for several ideas. : )

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    That is what I am afraid of. I already have plenty of ufo's that proved to be a lot harder than they looked.

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    thanks for the links

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    Are you wanting to make a pieced celtic knot or an appliqued celtic knot quilt. I have "Celtic Quilts" by Beth Ann Williams that I like. It is an applique book that you can either do by machine or hand. My avitar is the pattern that is on the front of the book.

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    Barnes & Noble has a Celtic Design Coloring Book for $4.45. I have heard about quilters who have used designs from coloring books. I found this on pronto.com I hope it helps.
    I also found a Four Heart Clover Celtic Knot as a free cross stitch pattern on http://www.clanbadge.com/charted.htm
    I didn't find any free Celtic Knot quilting patterns that are free other than the above mentioned sites.

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    I made this one just using graph paper.

    Luck O The Irish
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