Learn all the secrets of the Solomon's knot stitch with this easy step-by-step (video and diagram)

It may be called the Solomon's knot, but when it's finished this stitch is anything but messy. Use this basic stitch to create unique accessories, or stunning summer shawls with it's lacy looking pattern. You can find the step-by-step tutorial in the naztazia's YouTube video below, but you can also find the pattern breakdown on New Stitch A Day website
The Solomon's knot stitch, also known as the Lover's knot stitch, is great for hats, scarves, and accessories because of its funky texture. Craftsy explains that once you master the stitch you can start getting creative with it. Craftsy says try looping shorter or taller to play with the loops. These variations can help you create unique cardigans and shawls. Take a look at the photos below to see some fantastic examples. 
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Here's the diagram on how to get started and complete the Solomon's knot. 
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You can also check out New Stitch A Day's video below for a step-by-step tutorial.

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