Today, I’d like to show you how easy it is to create an original Celtic knot.
First, draw a closed loop, where the line crosses itself several times:
There’s a simple rule with Celtic knots: When the path of the knot crosses OVER another path, that path must cross UNDER the next path it encounters.
Now, trace the path of the knot, erasing lines as needed. (Remember, “Over, then Under, then Over, then Under, then . . .”)
What would you DO with that?
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