The red flowers in this mandala pop out so beautifully even amidst all of the other bold colors in this glorious design. I believe this is a variation of Wink’s I Love Holland mandala pattern.
Chevrons are just such a fabulous stitch pattern, giving a nod to the history of the craft as well as providing a graphic pop for all projects. Worked in solid colors or muted tones, the chevron can provide a subtle sense of texture; worked in bright color changes it almost vibrates.
Maker Karen loves to do her own thing so she created her own mandala crochet pattern for this project, inspired by Wink’s designs. I love how three-dimensional they are, with the flowers popping out of the background as if they’re really growing!
Celebrate the work of the fabulous @annesurr on Instagram with this eye-candy roundup of her terrific array of crochet.
I absolutely love the bright neon pink of this crochet mandala, softened just slightly by the dark center and white rounds. I also really love the border, where each edging piece overlaps with the ones next to it.
Saturdays on this blog are typically for Link Love. However, things are going to be a bit different for the fourth quarter of the year. There is a lot going on here and I need to plan out posts in advance so in lieu of link love you’ll find lots of themed crochet pattern roundups, inspirational image posts and other curated collections celebrating the amazing crochet work in this community.
This sweet crochet mandala was made using the Summer Hearts Mandala pattern by Wink. The bright blue adds a pop of color that complements the shades of pink and white throughout the rest of the piece.
Knitters and crocheters are being presented a unique opportunity with the first-of-its-kind Annie’s Craft Festival. Instruction from industry greats like Lily Chin and Edie Eckman, an evening with #1 New York Times best-selling author and creator of Hallmark’s Cedar Cove series, Debbie Macomber, a playful Crafts & Cocktails Halloween Party, free make-and-takes, a measuring station and a “stitch doctor” are only some of the amazing experiences waiting for this group in Fort Wayne, Indiana, from October 30–November 1.