Killarney Hot Pad

You can never have too many hot pads in the kitchen!  Here is one that shows off a  Celtic Knot – perfect for your St. Patrick’s Day meal or for any day you would like to remember Ireland while you dine. I named this after the Irish town, Killarney – one of my favorite towns I visited in Ireland in June 2016.  Here are some photos from our trip: I was the instructor on a special crochet tour with Annie’s[Read more]

Celtic Knot Pin

This Celtic Knot Pin features one of the simplest Celtic Knots you can weave so it works up very quickly for the perfect Irish accessory to any outfit.  I first created this design in 2013 in honor of St. Patrick’s Day and now I am re-publishing it here on the blog with video tutorials! (Click on the text in bold red, and it will take you to the video tutorial for that step of the project.) Skill Level: Confident Beginner[Read more]

Celtic Knot Key Fob

  This Celtic Knot design I published last year in honor of National Crochet Month and now I am re-publishing it here on the blog and providing a couple of video tutorials (just click on any text shown in red to be taken to the video) to go with it on my Youtube channel.  I love to make small projects that can serve as a zipper pull or decoration on one of my bags.  It’s a quick way to add a[Read more]

Celtic Knot Bracelet

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, this Celtic Knot Bracelet is a great project for beginners and experienced crocheters alike.  It uses a small amount of yarn and some simple jewelry techniques.  I created this design in honor of National Crochet Month in 2014 and it has been one of our most popular patterns.  New this year are several videos to go with each step of the project  – all are marked with red text.    I think you[Read more]