These four beautiful crochet mandalas come to the Mandalas for Marinke project from Acacia Copley. They are all made using Wink’s crochet mandala patterns. Two of them are the spoke mandala, and two of them (including the plarn crochet mandala) are made using Wink’s “Make a Mandala” tutorial.
I’ve received a few wonderful crochet mandala rugs for the Mandalas for Marinke project. These rugs will be placed into a cozy community crafting space at the art show, which is likely to take place in late spring 2016.
Today’s bright and beautiful contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project comes from Brenda and consists of three crochet mandalas.
Today’s sunny bright crochet mandala comes from Monika Holzschuh in Kingston, Canada. She shares,
“We have two children, and I just recently came back to crochet after teaching our youngest, my daughter – and now I am hooked!”
Today’s crochet mandala for the Mandalas for Marinke project is a beautiful blue crochet spoke mandala with a double button center detail. It includes more than half a dozen shades of blue yarn that pop beautifully against one another.
These two lovely crochet motifs were contributed to the Mandalas for Marinke project by Patty Davis who shares that she has been diagnosed bipolar for many years and is still trying every day. She shared a crochet pentagon in great bold primary colors and a crochet circle-in-a-square that Wink would have loved.
Joanne Carpenter Katz, a 70-year-old crafter from Bowling Green, Ohio, created her own design for this crochet mandala.