What’s this, you ask??
Well, Gina sent me a photograph of a Tree of Life platter she owns. It spoke to her. I hesitated using the Celtic knot because of possible copyright infringement.
Then, I took another look at the knot on the platter . . .
There’s a simple rule regarding Celtic knots: If the path of the knot crosses OVER another path, then the path should cross UNDER the next path it encounters. Over and Under, and Over and Under, and . . .
The path of the knot on Gina’s platter was VERY inconsistent going over and under other paths.
I traced the Celtic knot path, correcting Overs and Unders as I went . . . The result is a NEW Celtic knot, MY new Celtic knot. I propose to use it as both root system and tree branches.
There are actually two interwoven cords in the knot (there’s a free-standing triangular knot). I want to merge that knot into the larger knot before I merge the two halves together.
What do you think of THIS, Gina??