Diva Challenge 387 & A New Celtic Knot!

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March 17th is St. Patrick’s day and this is the perfect time to share some new Celtic Knot Tutorials. I’ve been hoarding some knot designs and I have some good ones for you this month. Below is a YouTube link for this week’s tutorial.

First though, let’s stop and enjoy this week’s diva challenge! The Diva, Laura Harms, challenges us to use CZT, Holly Atwater’s intriguing Tangle, HaWy. I thoroughly enjoyed exploring this Tangle. It looks high focus but it truly isn’t. It’s all about recognizing the star shape and working from there. I also like how it can look like 3D blocks or something entirely different depending on how you envision it. Thanks Holly for deconstructing this amazing pattern!

Here are 2 tiles that are very different.

This pretty Celtic knot represents sisterhood which is a perfect fit for Women’s History month. Be sure to subscribe to my channel or check back next Friday for a wonderful lucky Shamrock knot with hearts woven into the leaves!


10 thoughts on “Diva Challenge 387 & A New Celtic Knot!”

    1. Oh I am so glad to hear that! If you post something, don’t forget to tag me #thetirelesstangler! I hope you will try the trinity knot video next. It also uses Triquetra and isn’t very hard either. Good luck! 💜


  1. YAYYYYY!!! I am so happy to read that after trying haWy you found the “simplicity” in it. It takes a little while… but then you see that the construction is fairly basic. It kind of reminds me of other high focus tangles that I like, where initially it took a bit of concentration… and then you get the ah ha! moment where you realize and “see” the steps. I adore that you used the tangle two different ways in your tiles. They are both so beautifully illustrated. As with so many tangles, I am intrigued by how different this tangle can look based on shading and variations. Thank you ever so much for giving haWy a try!

    Love your Celtic knots! Thanks for another awesome video reference!


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