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Thread: Christmas Celtic Knot Wall hangings

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    Christmas Celtic Knot Wall hangings

    Here are a couple of wall hangings I have been working on.

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    These are beautiful! I love the celtic patterns and really need to start learning how they are done. Wonderful workmanship and will definitely enhance your holiday decor. Thank you for sharing.
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    Nice job!
    Thanks for sharing
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    Those are beautiful....inspires me to dig out my celtic patterns and give them a try

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    What is the pattern name? I love the colors, design, and all of it. Fantastic job. The celtic knot is on my bucket list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy View Post
    These are beautiful! I love the celtic patterns and really need to start learning how they are done. Wonderful workmanship and will definitely enhance your holiday decor. Thank you for sharing.
    Agree 100%

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    Looks like a lot of work. Very nicely done.
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    They are beautiful

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    Beautiful! Thank you for sharing.
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    Beautiful work!


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    These are very nice! Great work!
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    Beautiful! I love Celtic designs. Great work!
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    Good thing my niece doesn't know were you live- she would snatch those in a heart beat - Celtic is her thing ! Great Job
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    This makes me proud to be Irish !
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    Quote Originally Posted by BSKTLOFR-QUILTER View Post
    What is the pattern name? I love the colors, design, and all of it. Fantastic job. The celtic knot is on my bucket list.
    No pattern, I just cut a square for the knot, followed the knot, cut the strips for the sides, and backed it with the same fabric, the finished wallhanging is about 20x20ish

    Arlene, I too am proud to be Irish!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b View Post
    Good thing my niece doesn't know were you live- she would snatch those in a heart beat - Celtic is her thing ! Great Job
    Same goes for my DD...In fact, she just got the celtic knot tattooed on the back of her neck a couple of weeks ago.

    Love your wallhanging. I don't understand how you did it though. Was it a panel?
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    I really like these designs. I enjoy listening to celtic music too Can you tell me what these symbols mean? It is so pretty.
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    Beautiful.

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    I also like the Celtic patterns - these are lovely!
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    I love them!

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    very nice job

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    these are lovely
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    love the celtic patterns, beautiful job

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    they are both very nice good job!!
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    Lovely. Just changing a couple colors makes a difference.

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