Necklaces chokers

As a symbol of continuity, interlacing knotwork patterns in Celtic borders and panels are an imitation of braiding and weaving, and were used as decoration for stone, wood, and metal. Pictish artist-craftsmen, in particular, concentrated on geometrical constructions, interlacing not only linear patterns, but also limbs and bodies of humans, animals, birds, and reptiles.

The projects in this chapter show how you can braid and twist wires together, as well as create interwoven structures using a jig. Even though the chapter concentrates on necklace designs, the units on each piece can be constructed in duplicate and suspended on ear wires to create matching earrings.

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