|These patterns are form The Star of David Needlepoint Book by B. Borssuck, Arco Publishing, 1979. They would make excellent trim for early period garments. Click on a thumbnail to see the full-sized image. Note: these images are very large.
|We tend to think of Celtic designs as being interlace, but actually interlace dates from the 6th century on. These designs from Glastonbury would be appropriate for early Iron Age personal. They are redrawn from Decorative Symbols and Motifs for Artists and Craftspeople by Flinders Petrie, Dover Books 1968.