Here are two Celtic knots. They have two paths each.

I wondered what would happen if they intersected each other.

I think they would look like this:

When Celtic knots intersect, Celtic knots interact.

The new knot has four paths.

One path encompasses the outline of both knots.

One path completes the lower right knot.

One path completes the upper left knot.

One path links Paths Two and Three together.

Here’s what they look like layered, but unwoven.

Here they are, woven.

What do you think of this variation?

Your imagination is unbelievable. I have copied the previous knots, but haven’t had time to make. Are you sharing the patterns?

Thank you, Sue.

There will be a LOT of these Celtic knots. I have a set of eight basic knots that I’m working with. I alter the set of knots to generate series of sets of knots. I’m considering offering some (but not all) as free downloads; the rest will only be available as part of the set.

Thanks Ray. I will look around your info and hopefully find time to make something.

Wow – truly stunning. I love how they intersect

Thank you, Leigh-Anne. Would you like to try one?

ClanBadge Celtic Fonts.

Was looking at doing something like this.

Thank you for such a GREAT example.

Put ’em both in an SVG file. Can send it to you,

if you like. Credit inside the file to you and your

examples.

Am also looking to convert to a 3d printable.

Can send you the STL (standard printable file)

when I’m done as well.

Really nice work.

Kudos.

Thank you very much!!

I look forward to seeing what you come up with.