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8 Beautiful Celtic Knot Inspired Crafts

St. Patrick’s Day is almost here, and we have some beautiful ways to add a touch of Celtic knotwork to your home. These simple tutorials will show you different ways you can use rope, leather, and paracord to make jewelry and home decor. Making these crafts is a way you can decorate for St. Patrick’s Day and all year long!

  • Braided Knot Vase 1 of 8
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    Decorate the table with a beautiful rope vase filled with spring flowers. This gorgeous braided vase can be made in an afternoon and looks stunning as a centerpiece.

    Find out more at Style Me Pretty.

  • Knot Keychain 2 of 8
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    Keep track of your keys with a pretty rope knot keychain. 

    Find out more at Michael Ann Made.

  • Irish Knot Necklace 3 of 8
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    Use scrap pieces of rope to make a fun Irish knot heart necklace. 

    Check out the tutorial on Babble.

  • Coasters 4 of 8
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    These beautiful coasters can be used all year long. Make them a little larger to turn them into trivets. 

    Find out more at Inspiration Realisation.

  • Paracord Knot Bracelet 5 of 8
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    Use paracord to make a weaved bracelet in several different colors. 

    Find out more at Remarkably Domestic

  • Triple Rope Necklace 6 of 8
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    Follow this tutorial to make a chunky rope necklace with a beautiful knot. Use the same knot to make a set of napkin rings for the home, too. 

    Find out more at Handmade in the Heartland.

  • Knot Hanging Vase 7 of 8
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    Hang potted plants in the home with a bright and colorful knot vase. 

    Find out more at Minieco.

  • Knot Leather Bracelet 8 of 8
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    Make yourself adorable bracelets with a bit of leather. 

    Find out more at Henry Happened.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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