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  • Celtic Crosses

    I\'ve been experimenting with Celtic knots and just finished these two crosses. Both are about 7\" tall.
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  • #2
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    Those are really nice!
    Looks complicated.
    Jim

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    • #3
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      Your definitely getting in the flow (a little pun), But really, you are getting the feel for doing the celtic knots. They look easy but do take time to get the knack of making them look right. . .JoeB
      . . .JoeB

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      • #4
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        They do look good. I have to color cod my knots to get them right. I haven\'t done many. I guess we can keep practicing, huh?
        Hazel Strickland
        AKA Dixie Whittler

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        • #5
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          Very good!

          Claude
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          • #6
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            Very nice! Next comes the braids and weaves. LOL

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            • #7
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              Thanks! The cross on the left is from another post I wrote about visualizing a design. I first printed out the design and then rolled up clay and laid it over the design, making sure I got all the loops right before trying to carve it. It was much easier having a 3D visual that I could use to see the front and back. It can get so confusing!

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              • #8
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                I love the blue one. I\'ve never tried this, but I imagine it would be easy to make a mistake. Thank you for sharing the clay idea.

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