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Celtic Tiles Square Video Tutorial

Have you seen the impressive Celtic Tiles Blanket by Tatsiana from Lilla Bjorn Crochet? Isn’t that Celtic knot just impressive? And I am sure some of you are thinking “I will never be able to make that…“. If you are thinking that then no worries, I have a video tutorial for you so you can make the square yourself.

Resources for Celtic Tiles Blanket


The Celtic Tiles Blanket is made from Scheepjes Stone Washed XL and there are several colorways to choose from. I have made my square using Boulder Opal. To make one square you need 2 balls of Stone Washed XL, to make a full size blanket you will need 38 balls.

You can buy Scheepjes Stone Washed from Wool Warehouse (UK), Jimmy Bean Wools (USA), Love Crafts (USA), The Knitting Network (UK), Caro’s Atelier (NL/EU), or your local Scheepjes Stockist.

Video tutorial

I have made a video tutorial for you showing how to work the rows making up the Celtic Tiles square. I am only showing you how to work the square. If you are making the blanket you can find instructions for joining and the border on Tatsiana’s blog.

UPDATE: The video for making the Celtic Knot Square is now also available in a left handed version.


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6 thoughts on “Celtic Tiles Square Video Tutorial”

  1. Thank you, that was amazing. As others have mentioned it was very clear and easy to follow. I hope you post more tutorials for cable designs because after this one I am less hesitant to try more. You also have a very lovely manner and voice for doing tutorials. Again, thank you.

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