This amazing crochet mandala is a thread crochet version of Wink’s 12-round standard crochet mandala pattern. I’m loving the thread crochet contributions to this project! And the really special thing about this one is the beautiful pink crochet snowflake added atop it. It creates dimension, texture and stunning beauty.
This sweet crochet contribution is made using the free Tuts+ crochet mandala tutorial by Wink. I love the colors selected for this piece, colors that give it an organic floral feeling filled with brightness and hope.
This colorful crochet mandala is made using the spoke mandala free crochet pattern by Marinke. This seems to be one of her most popular mandala patterns and I can see why; the texture of the spokes adds fascinating texture and dimension to the piece.
This is a beautifully bold neon version of the standard 12 round crochet mandala pattern by Marinke. I love the way that the variegated neon yarn is worked in throughout between rows of solid colors. And I really love the tagged message added on to Never Give Up. It adds even more hope to the piece.
This special contribution comes to us from Gayle A. She is a full time caregiver who advocates for mental health. She writes about her family’s experiences with mental health on the blog Out of a Great Need, which is subtitled A Mindful Approach to Traditional Caregiving Through Severe Mental Illness.
This special crochet contribution comes from Susan who lives on a farm in Western Kansas. She is joined there by her husband, biological daughter, and four foster children. The farm is also home to a dog, cats, chickens and horses.
This lovely crochet mandala is made in soft cotton using Marinke’s mandala crochet pattern for the Summer Hearts mandala. It’s made using same basic color suggestions that Wink herself used and is a terrific example of what this mandala was intended to look like.