February has a reputation for being all about hearts, so I was compelled to use hearts in this month’s square. This month’s knot looks like 4 big hearts formed from the two never-ending loops intertwined and then I added the inner minimalist heart loops to really drive home February’s love theme.

I noticed while crocheting the center-out overlay mosaic version of this square that the first few rounds made a nice design on their own. I recorded a full step-by-step walk-thru of the first 11 rounds to show off this accidental mini-square.

Full walk-thru on YouTube (photo is linked directly to YouTube video)

I didn’t want my interlocking crochet fans to feel left out so I created a small chart using the center design and added this BONUS mini-square pattern just after February Knot’s written pattern.

January Knot – Ravelry Promotion

Last month I added a promotion to Ravelry that will automatically discount you the cost of “January Knot” if you decide to buy the full eBook afterwards. You can use January as a trial to see if you like my style. Originally I had set that promotion to end on January 31, 2023 but it makes more sense to me to have it running all year.

So, for all of 2023, anyone who purchases “January Knot” on Ravelry and then decides to upgrade to the full eBook, “2023: A Year of Celtic Knots” will be automatically discounted the cost of the individual square. This way you don’t have to pay for January twice!

Unfortunately, Etsy doesn’t have the same capabilities.

The eBook listing (on Ravelry or Etsy) still saves you 40% compared to buying each square individually. Currently it only has January Knot and February Knot but each month it will be updated to include the next square.

Mosaic sample crocheted by CrochetCarob

“2023: A Year of Knots” series of interlocking and overlay mosaic crochet squares tested by Anonymous, Anonymous Squirrel, Crochetcarob, cyncitycrochets, Heather Passmore, MadeByMrsJones, Maja Serec, Margaret Maillet, Marijke Laenen, Mona Rae Hill, Pleva, ScorpiosHook, & Wolsalon.

Get the Pattern

2023: A Year of Celtic Knots (ongoing updates)

eBook (Ravelry) (Etsy)

January (Ravelry) (Etsy)
February (Ravelry) (Etsy)
March (Ravelry) (Etsy)
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December (Ravelry) (Etsy)

An example of a blanket using only the February Knot square (mosaic crochet version)

February Knot

Interlocking Crochet Details

  • Chart is 81 x 81
  • Gauge: 8 (dc, ch) x 8 rows = 4”
  • 20″ x 20″ / 51cm x 51cm
  • 4.5 mm hook (US7)
  • Worsted weight yarn (490 – 565 yards total)
    • Main color (MC) (the knot, 1st color used) – 250 yards plus 75 for optional border
    • Accent color (AC) (background) – 240 yards

Center-Out Overlay Mosaic Crochet Details

  • Chart is 77 x 77
  • Gauge: 16 sc blo stitches x 16 rows = 4”
  • 20” x 20” / 52cm x 52cm
  • 5 mm hook (H-8)
  • Worsted weight yarn (580 yards)
    • Main color (the knot) – 250 yards
    • Contrasting color (background, 1st color used) – 330 yards


The small bonus mini-square uses less than 30 yards of each color. It is just the first 11 rounds when you use the center-out overlay mosaic crochet option. And it begins with 15 windows in the foundation row of the interlocking crochet version.

I plan on making a bunch of squares and then joining them together for a bright, beautiful bag! I am planning to create a YouTube tutorial on how to make a bag, so subscribe with notifications to be sure you don’t miss it!