|Part One gives an introduction to the history of Celtic art, before going on to show, step-by-step, how to trace, photocopy and even scan the images. After showing how to make the templates, this section goes on to describe how to apply them to a number of crafts, from cross-stitch, needlework and knitting to glass painting, metal embossing, stamping and more, Applying colour to the patterns is also discussed. Part Two is an extensive library of Celtic motifs. Knots, borders and spirals are always favourites with crafters, as they are so versatile and can be as subtle or striking as required. Zoomorphic images, along with Saints and Angels, show animal and human forms depicted in the unique Celtic style. The embellished lettering can be applied to any number of crafts, while the varied Tree of Life section contains Celtic motifs to suit any occasion. Finally, the softer, classic swirls of the La Tene patterns will delight everyone. The Crafter's Celtic Sourcebook not only provides a rich source of Celtic imagery, but also gives practical advice and inspirational tips on how to use them for any craft of your choice.