After the previous video with a Celtic knot in a barbecue flipper, several comments included a suggestion to leave a little wood when the angle cut is made to keep the wood spaced correctly. In addition Michael challenged me to make a three loop Celtic knot.
In this project, I’m accepting his challenge and incorporating these suggestions.
A three loop knot requires three cuts at 120 degrees separation. Instead of milling the wood into a triangle, I made two plywood triangles and glued them to the ends of the timber.
Then it was off to the races.
This same process could be used to make Celtic knots with any number of loops. Just vary the end pieces and perhaps the cut angle.
This little handle is actually a tools to massage your back. You’ll need assistance from someone else to roll it on your back or to massage specific muscles with either end for different pressure.