by zephram

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Ever since I saw jonrgrover's "Heavy Chain", I wondered what forms of Celtic knotwork and chainmail weave could be created on a small grid. This design contains all the ones I have found so far. Feel free to clone this or make suggestions!

All these designs are 1x1 or 2x2; I made larger swatches to show how they tessellate and can form even larger shapes.

If you clone this, I recommend opening another new FontStruction at the same time, then copy-pasting the knots you want from the cloned project over to the new one. This will help reduce the chance that your creation gets corrupted.

Info: Created on 17th March 2019 . Last edited on 18th March 2019.
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Welp, I published this with 10 glyphs, but still don't see it in the live feed. Now I'm commenting so that people know it exists.

Comment by zephram 17th March 2019

@zephram - I had the same problem with my Alex Murphy Dings font back in Nov 2009 (only 3 glyphs).  I was told by an admin then that "According to Rob, in order to appear in the gallery a FontStruction needs to have at least 11 glyphs."

Comment by Goatmeal 18th March 2019

It shows up fine in all the Gallery pages, just not the live feed. Still, I've added an extra glyph just to be sure it continues to show up. Now that it's published, I don't think it will ever show up there, but people will find it in time...

Comment by zephram 18th March 2019

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