How to Crochet the Solomon’s Knot
“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. 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.”
I am loving this Solomon’s Knot stitch for creating lighter-weight crochet projects for the upcoming warmer months. I’m already planning on making my daughter and me matching bathing suit cover-ups and a lovely shawl for my mother for when we’re out on cool summer nights.