The classic Celtic pattern of the Dimma loveknot is from the Book of Dimma (8th cent). It is the knot that is above and below the eagle on the very first page of St. John. This style of Celtic interlace is instantly recognizable. It is distinguished by its natural flow and strong bond.
What I like about the pattern is how the knots form two hearts alternating up and down. It’s also interesting to note that this particular knot must be made of 2 lines rather than one and that it repeats every three steps, classifying it as a Celtic triskele.
R59 (8 or 7mm)