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Double Triquetra Knot Ring Tutorial for St Patrick’s Day

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I have written about triquetra knot jewelry tutorials before (see links below).  Jewelry designers love the challenge of coming up with their version of this classic knot. 

The triquetra (from the Latin for 3-cornered) is also known as the Trinity Knot. This Christian symbol was adapted from ancient Celtic pagan ones. It is now often taken to be a sign of the Holy Trinity (Father, Son and the Holy Spirit) hence its alternative name.

Her designs all have her signature modern yet simple look. Her double triquetra knot ring tutorial is no exception! 

Her tutorial requires precise wire measurements – she uses a black marker pen to mark where the wire needs to bend. 

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