Buffalo Knot Belt
This quick pattern for the hippie in (most) all of us uses a beefier Love Knot variation that I developed (although surely someone else has before me). Crocheting these "Buffalo Knots" with two strands of medium weight cotton yarn held together gives them even more heft than they usually have.
Whether or not you already know how make Love Knots (a.k.a. Lover’s Knot, Solomon’s Knot, Knot Stitch), this Buffalo version is a pleasure to make, and a handy addition to a crocheter’s toolbox.
The tie belt pattern is very simple: you work one row and you’re done: no foundation chain is needed. If you add wood beads, you can avoid weaving in the yarn ends. It’s easy to customize the length of your belt.
Skill Level: Easy Intermediate. Love Knots are considered by some crocheters to be an Intermediate-level stitch because they require a different kind of hand-eye coordination to make each stitch evenly. Please don’t be intimidated by this; it's a fun stitch to kno