Solomon’s Knot Crochet Tutorial
Solomon’s Knot crochet stitch is also known as Lover’s knot and Knot stitch. Stitch diagram below found on AnniesCatalog website. Click on picture to go to website.
Solomon’s knot is made prolonged loops that are secured with a single crochet sttich. Lengthen loop as required, *yo and draw through loop on hook, insert hook under single back thread (see image above), yo and draw loop through, yo and draw through both loops*, repeat between ** as required. Keep crochet loops like these until you have required length, and make sure it is dividable by 2. At end of row, add 3 more loops.
Turn, skip 3 loops and crochet 1 sc in next sc. Crochet 2 loops and skip 2 loops, 1 sc in next sc, continue to end.
Turn, add 3 more loops, skip 1 loop, 1sc in next sc, 2 loops, skip 2 loops, 1 sc in sc. Continue to end.
Turn and repeat previous row.
In the last row, only add 2 more loops at beginning of row.
Crochet Pattern using Solomon’s knot.
The dress above is made using Solomon’s knot stitches. As you can see this dress has a very lacy look and will be perfect as a christening dress. Click here to get this Christening Dress.
How to Crochet Solomon’s Grid
Click on image to get pattern for the Solomon’s Grid