This gorgeous soft mandala comes rom Amy (@myweekincrochet on Instagram) who writes, “If only one person gets help from this effort overall – it’s worth it.” This statement means so, so much to me and is so, so true. Thank you to each person who has made the Mandalas for Marinke project happen!
These bold, bright, beautiful neon crochet mandalas are from Emily who writes, “Thank you for your beautiful patterns and inspiring me to crochet, Wink.”
Julie’s three crochet mandalas each have a special message to go along with them, a message that touches the heart and gives more depth to this project.
An anonymous contributor shares how her crochet mandalas are made in memory of her mother. And some links to depression-related letters appropriate for Mother’s Day.
These two absolutely wonderful crochet mandalas come to us from Elisabeth of Geekly Chic Crochet. She’s a 12-year-old crocheter from Versailles, KY, who was inspired by Wink.
These fabulous crochet mandalas come from Cris Crawford of QuiltWrapUp. She says, “I found out about Marinke while looking for a pattern. It was really by accident that I found out. I was on the Signed with an Owl blog, looking for a granny square pattern, when I saw the news. I thought about Wink all day.”
This sunshine beautiful crochet mandala comes to us from Anne Crochette @yarnbombingbruxelles who says it is “from Brussels with Love”. This post also shares her Gender Tipi collaborative crochet and knit art project for gender equality.