Celtic Motherhood Necklace

Celtic Crochet Necklace made with a coral heart woven in with a light green heart shape - hearts are crocheted and hung from a necklace chain with clear teardrop beads

Celtic Motherhood Necklace – a Mother’s Day Gift Idea!

This Celtic Motherhood Necklace is sure to be one of the most unique gifts mom can get this year! Are you thinking ahead to what you are going to do for your mom (or a special mom you know) this May? This necklace works up quickly and is easy to make with simple crochet stitches and a small amount of supplies – it can be the perfect gift!

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Celtic Motherhood Knot drawn on a card with same colors as necklace - coral and mint green intertwining hearts

Celtic Motherhood Knot

This unique necklace features what is called the “Motherhood Knot” named for the 2 intertwining hearts that symbolize the love between a mother and her child. It is very easy to weave this knot especially while using the color-coded actual-size Celtic Knot diagram that is included in the instructions. If you would like to make a matching Celtic Motherhood Knot card, then check out my Youtube video tutorial here!

Yarn used in this Celtic Crochet Necklace

I have had this Celtic Motherhood Necklace in the works for a couple of years. I LOVE the combination of coral and green (mint) together – they just happen to be 2 of my favorite colors. I found these beautiful colors in my local craft store in the embroidery thread section. Have you ever used embroidery floss? It comes in a wide array of every color you can think of and is perfect to use for crocheted jewelry.

Close up photo of the Celtic Necklace featuring the Celtic Motherhood Knot made in coral and light green

Stitches You Need to Know to Make the Celtic Motherhood Necklace

All of the stitches used in this project are basic crochet stitches: chain, slip stitch and single crochet. By working these stitches in specific ways you can create this Celtic Motherhood Necklace in no time! Plus, there are some video tutorials to help with the stitching. Here is a short video showing how easy it is to make this necklace:

Skill Level: Easy

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Supplies needed for the coral and mint green version of the Celtic Crochet Necklace featuring the Celtic Motherhood Knot

Supplies for this Celtic Motherhood Necklace:

Embroidery floss (2 skeins)
C/2.75mm crochet hook
Necklace chain with clasp, jewelry pliers, 2 jump rings
3 teardrop glass beads (12mm), 3 seed beads (10/0), beading needle, wax paper, fabric stiffener
5″ x 5″ (12.7 cm x 12.7 cm) cork or foam core board
10-15 sewing pins

Celtic Crochet Necklace made with 2 shades of red showing crocheted Celtic hearts intertwining.

Here you can see the Celtic Motherhood Necklace made in 2 shades of red for a different look.

Celtic Crochet Necklace Pattern in my Etsy Shop!

So, if you would like to make this Celtic Motherhood Necklace project, click here to purchase the pattern in my Etsy Shop. Every time I wear my necklace I receive many compliments and I love how it adds eye-catching interest to any outfit. 🙂

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Celtic Crochet Necklace on a tan necklace holder showing the 2 crocheted hearts intertwined made of coral and mint green embroidery thread

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