Nordo-Celtic knot symbolizing the Drakkar longships paired with the central Icelandic Vegvisir ("sign post"), which is a type of late medieval bind-rune that was a magic sigil to prevent the bearer from getting "lost in the storm". The Vegvisir is often erroneously identified as a Viking-age rune.

Nordo-Celtic knot symbolizing the Drakkar longships paired with the central Icelandic Vegvisir ("sign post"), which is a type of late medieval bind-rune that was a magic sigil to prevent the bearer from getting "lost in the storm". The Vegvisir is often erroneously identified as a Viking-age rune.

Examples of almost the same motif and composition in different knotwork styles. I made one 2 years ago and I thought it was time to draw an updated version.

Examples of almost the same motif and composition in different knotwork styles. I made one 2 years ago and I thought it was time to draw an updated version.

It was challenging but I'm super happy with the end result ------------------------------------ Follow me on Instagram if ya want

It was challenging but I'm super happy with the end result ------------------------------------ Follow me on Instagram if ya want

Could cross stitch this on a quilt block? Concept. (Military Quilt Number 24. Vikings & Lord Of The Rings Theme).

Could cross stitch this on a quilt block? Concept. (Military Quilt Number 24. Vikings & Lord Of The Rings Theme).

VIKING RAVEN RING Mammen stijl bronzen Viking Art stijl Vikingen Pagan Jewel Crow Norse Noorwegen dier hoofd ringen

VIKING RAVEN RING Mammen stijl bronzen Viking Art stijl Vikingen Pagan Jewel Crow Norse Noorwegen dier hoofd ringen

VIKING RAVEN RING Mammen Style bronze Viking by WulflundJewelry - reference for improving raven element in the embroidery.

Hugin and Munin are twin ravens that fly daily around the world then to report the events of the day to Odin, the All Father, of Norse Mythology. This piece was sculpted by Aric Jorn and produced by Jivotica LLC. ©2014.

Hugin and Munin are twin ravens that fly daily around the world then to report the events of the day to Odin, the All Father, of Norse Mythology. This piece was sculpted by Aric Jorn and produced by Jivotica LLC. ©2014.

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