knotwork


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knotwork

(ˈnɒtˌwɜːk)
n
(Crafts) ornamentation consisting of a mass of intertwined and knotted cords
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CARDIFF: Makers' Guild In Wales, Craft In The Bay (029 2048 4611), Drop In knotwork & beadwork.
A stone carving featured an Irish knotwork pattern woven around the word "peace" written in Arabic, representing the changing communities living in the area.
CELTIC CALLIGRAPHY: Calligraphy, Knotwork and Illumination, by Kerry Richardson.
Third place, Nia Seenan, Year 8, labelled her board "Cwl Cymru" and used Celtic knotwork designs as detail inside the writing.
Mary, who has lived on the island since 1997, was interviewed by presenter Bill Turnbull several weeks ago, and showed him her signature freehand knotwork technique which she has developed over the last 14 years.
Hand - handling lines, including knotwork (knots, splices, seizings) and linehandling (heaving, belaying, mooring, making up and stowing lines, boat lowering, raising and dropping anchor).