This mandala comes from Susan of Musings and Susings who shares her story of recovering from a stroke through the use of crochet.
These crochet mandalas are from Bergey (@bergeyh on Instagram, @berghaft on Facebook) who is a 46-something from Reykjavik, Iceland
Debbie of @luvayarn writes, “I love Wink’s work. Her use of colour and texture is inspiring and makes me feel happy when I see it.”
These four crochet mandalas are from Julie of ACCROchet who describes herself as “an avid crochet designer and crochet instructor, living in Montreal (Canada) with The Man, Two Teens, Two Dogs, One Cat and a whole lotta yarn.”
“This banner will be made up of 7” by 9” sections and incorporate design elements that are representative of your favorite state(s). The design possibilities are endless because they represent what your favorite state(s) means to you. It might be embroidering your state flower on your section or simply adding the state name.”
Alexandra says, “I am from England, married and have two teenage boys. I love to crochet and Wink was a huge inspiration to me.”
This beautiful, colorful, enervating set of crochet mandalas comes to us from Matt of RoaringMoon. Matt can be found on Instagram and Ravelry as @vivaceuk. He describes himself as a “magician, crochet addict, and cat lover. With a beard.”