125 – Crochet Solomon’s Knot Scarf
This is the Solomon’s knot crochet pattern. Also known as Love knot or King Solomon’s knot.
The lovers knot is a beautiful crochet stitch that creates a lacy open pattern, perfect for shawls and wraps.
You need to know how to crochet Chain Stitch (ch) and Single Crochet (sc).
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You will need:
Hook Size 3 mm
Yarn 2 x 50 g = 100 g
2 balls of gray Yarn. Each ball contains 50 g, 142 yds/ 130 m
1 m = 1,0936 jardi (yds)
Width: 23cm /9″ Length 150cm /59″
ch – Chain Stitch
sc – Single Crochet
Foundation for the first Solomon’s knot.
We are going to make chain 2 and then put a single crochet into the 2nd chain from the hook.
To begin the first Solomon’s knot. Pull up a loop. Grab the working yarn. Yarn over and draw it trough the loop on the hook. Insert the hook behind the strand of yarn in the back. The one that we are still holding. Yarn over and draw it through the 1st loop on the hook. There are now 2 loops on the hook. Yarn over and draw through both of the loops on the hook. Make a foundation row of Solomon’s knots in multiples of 2+1. Crochet 17 Solomon’s knots for the foundation row.
Row 1: Skip 3 Solomon’s knots and put a sc into the 4th sc from the hook. Then crochet 2 Solomon’s knots. Skip 1 sc and put a sc into the next sc.
Row 2: Crochet 3 Solomon’s knots and turn your work. Put a sc into the 5th sc from the hook and crochet 2 Solomon’s knots. Skip 1 sc and put a sc into the next sc.
Repeat Row 2 to continue crocheting more rows.