This crochet mandala reminds me of watermelon but also of flowers in the grass. Beautiful!
This amazing contribution comes from Athena in Sydney, Australia of Lilliputi Crochet and Design. She writes: “I’m a woman, a wife, a mother, a sister, a daughter, a mental health peer support worker, an author and a friend. I also live with depression and anxiety, and my life is more brilliant by this diagnosis. I am passionate about mental health, writing, crochet and showing people that it is okay to not be okay.
These wonderful crochet Mandalas for Marinke came in a gift package for me that included a variety of things including what you see above – the two mandalas, a beautiful crochet rainbow and some mandala coloring pages.
These two spoke crochet mandalas are both so pretty that I can’t decide which one I like better. I love the variegated blue yarn in the one on the right above but I also love the shades of pink and purple in the one on the left. Both lovely!
These two exquisite crochet mandalas have a pink hue in common that celebrates brightness and pops in such a pretty way. The smaller mandala has a bolder pink that complements the purple and green in that one while the other mandala is rich in pink and white with pops of sunny yellow.
E. shares her story about how she experienced PTSD after a stalking incident at her home and work and how crochet and CBT together have helped her to get through the worst of it.
Maker Pia shared in her own post, “For my mandala, I chose Wink’s Crochet Mandala For Your Home pattern. Her main pattern picture, which is done in grey, yellow, and white, looks so sunny and bright that I had to pick that one. Here’s my version.”