Two celtic patterns

Good evening!

Today everything is just about celtic patterns!
At least I made two things with it and I really like both of them.

At first there’s this scarf I found on Ravelry:
Celtic scarf
I made it for my brother-in-law. 🙂 I thought it would be nice to have a scarf which he could wear under his coat and which didn’t looked like a plain normal scarf.
It was his birthday present. 🙂

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Here you can see the pattern more detailed:

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My penguin Julius was a big help in knitting 😉

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The second one was a little bit more complicated and for my brother-on-law too!
Celtic dishcloth
I really liked this pattern and wanted to make it.
But well… at first I didn’t understand everything right. So it didn’t looked like it should, the rings where totally wrong. The second attempt was much better.
The border made my problems too.
I’m not sure if I simply don’t understand it right, or if there’s a mistake in it. But with a little bit of logical thinking it still worked out.

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And I used this wonderful yarn witth different colours, beause I simply looove this yarn! I love the colours and how it feels like, if you crochet with it. This way, it was really much fun to make!

I wish you a nice evening!

2 thoughts on “Two celtic patterns

  1. Hello! I found this blog post because I, too, am attempting the celtic dishcloth. I am, however, a far less experienced knitter than you and realized quickly the pattern didn’t make sense to me. Would you be so kind as to clear up the bits you used “logical thinking” to fix? It would sure help me out 🙂

    1. Hi!

      Well… I call it “logical thinking”, everybody else say I just improvise 😉
      I looked at the pattern again and either they changed the pattern a bit or I finally understand it!! 🙂 That took me a long time… 😉
      How far did you get with it and where do the problems start? 🙂

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