Celtic Heart Wall Art

NEW Celtic Knot Pattern available here

I have been working on a variety of new Celtic Knot patterns lately and this is the first one now available in my Etsy Shop. Even though the knot looks complex it is actually simple to construct if you have the diagram (which is included in the pattern) and instructions.

For this project I used one of my favorite yarns, Omega’s Sinfonia in red (#822) and garnet – a deeper red (#823) – you can purchase the yarn here.

Skill Level: Confident Beginner

The stitches you need to know are:

  • slip stitch
  • chain
  • single crochet
  • picot

The heart is one of my favorite shapes and I love how this particular design incorporates a Celtic Knot right in the middle. Last year we renovated our kitchen and painted the walls a warm rich yellow. I have made several of these hearts that are now hanging on the yellow walls – I love how the red and yellow look together. And since I am not a huge fan of cooking and cleaning, seeing these on the walls makes me smile and brightens my day when doing chores in the kitchen.

I am working on providing a video tutorial for this that will be included with the purchase of the pattern via a private Youtube link soon.

For your convenience you can click here to buy this pattern now for $5.50 and/or you can pin the image below so you remember where to find this pattern.

Thank you for visiting and supporting my blog.

Happy crocheting!


8 thoughts on “Celtic Heart Wall Art

  1. Many of your patterns have a band of crochet ribbon that tell you how to fold the ribbon. For example the free heart keychain but not how to crochet the ribbon that you are knotting. Do you have a pattern for that? I’ve looked around. I haven’t been able to find it. Could you put up a link please?

    1. Hi Raven –
      All of the Celtic Knot Patterns can be found on the Celtic Knot Pattern page under the Patterns tab. The Free Heart Keychain is a free pattern that gets sent to you when you sign up for the newsletter on the sidebar of this blog. In that pdf file you’ll find all the specifics for how to crochet the ‘ribbon’ (I call them cords) so you can weave the knot. Hope this helps – please write again if you have any other questions. Thanks for visiting! Jennifer

  2. Thank you so much for your help and advice. I look forward to making some of your patterns up. I must say how much I love your crochet projects.

    1. Thank you, Catherine! Please send along a photo when you make something from this blog and happy crocheting!

  3. I’d like to buy the pattern for your Ice Drop Necklace. However, I can’t find out how to do this even on Ravelry website. Please let me know how to do this. it looks such a beautiful piece. Thank you.

    1. Hi – Thank you for visiting. Unfortunately, the Ice Drop Necklace was printed in a magazine that is out of print. Your best bet is to check Craig’s List, Ebay and Etsy to see if someone is selling a copy of the magazine. While you wait for it to turn up, you can try one of the many other jewelry patterns I have available on my Patterns page. 🙂

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