Executive designer cell phone case cover for crochet and craft lovers on sale for the week of CyberMonday to raise funds for the Needle Arts Mentoring Program.
This superb collection of small and large crochet mandalas comes to us from DiAnna in Nebraska. She crocheted each of the mandalas herself, either using a specific pattern or making her own alterations inspired by a pattern.
Yesterday we looked at our first crochet mandala rug for the Mandalas for Marinke project; today we have our second one. This one is by Susan Laney, who also contributed three additional crochet mandalas.
I adore today’s contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project, a bright rainbow (or sunbow) crochet mandala with hearts attached and a complementary mini mandala.
Today I’m really happy to share a special contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project, which comes from Fran who shared her touching, important story with us in my book Crochet Saved My Life.
Be sure to check out this month’s issue of Happily Hooked digital crochet magazine, Issue 20, which has my “Crochet Heals” column about Cassandra who crocheted first to relax and de-stress but later found the craft to help her through the difficulties of postpartum depression.
This exquisite crochet mandala comes for the Mandalas for Marinke project comes from Elizabeth who writes,
“I turned to crochet as therapy for my postpartum depression and anxiety. It has helped me through some of the worst times in my life, and has made me a better wife and mother.”