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A Celtic square is an attractive crochet project that is less complicated than it looks. To make one, you need to make a chain with 28 stitches and then slide the ends together to create a loop. Chain 3 next to sliding stitches, then make a series of double crochet to make the corners and edges of the first square. Then make two more squares with the same technique, but do not turn them off. You will weave these around your first square to create a knotted pattern. Scroll down to learn how to complete your Celtic square!
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