Crochet - Solomon's Knot Stitch

In the art of crochet, there are many methods to make a wonderful creation, in this video tutorial you'll see how to do the "Solomon's knot", suitable for a blanket or perforated for a shawl.

The process is very simple because you are using the basic crochet stitches.
The crochet technique gives you the possibility to make your own creation after finishing only a point and after ben "welded", unlike rows where you can safely work a large number of points at once but opened and closed not among them.
Begin by making two chains and base in the first run a low point. Now pull the thread loop lengthening; take hook the wire and go to intersect with the loop and run a low point.

So you will have created the first Solomon's knot. Repeat this process three more times. If you want to join the nodes forming a reason simply merge them by always a low point. This type of stitch is very scenic and is perfect if you want to use a multi-colored yarn and a large hook.

The origins of crochet are ancient and, as in the case of other textile arts, difficult to trace, but early examples have been found in every corner of the globe, in the far East, Africa, Europe, North and South America, and examples if they find already in the Egyptian culture.
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