Elene from Cyprus used great rich colors in the 12-round standard crochet mandala that she made for her contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project.
It’s time for this week’s crochet link love, celebrating all of the inspiring beauty that this crafty community is capable of creating in just one week’s time. You’ll find more than twenty new crochet patterns this week, including great crochet heart patterns for Valentine’s Day, along with some interesting crochet history, world record breaking crochet news and more.
We’re continuing on with our special, beautiful, touching Mandalas for Marinke posts in honor of Wink and in celebration of crochet mandalas. This beautiful contribution comes to us from Alice in France.
I love Marly Bird who has been running the Yarn Thing podcast for years, doing terrific interviews of many amazing people including a lot of crochet authors. Her own knitting and crochet patterns have been featured in books and magazines but she has never had her own individual crochet book … until now. Cold Weather Crochet is a collection of 21 Marly Bird crochet patterns designed to keep you cozy and comfy in chilly times and enjoying crafting all year long.
I was asked if I’d be interested in sharing this post with my readers and I thought it was interesting enough that I agreed to share.
We’re continuing on with our special, inspired, beautiful Mandalas for Marinke posts in honor of Wink. Today’s pretty flower-y contribution is an anonymous contribution with a story.
You’ve already seen most of these crochet patterns featured in other posts across this blog but I wanted to round them all up together because they offer some of the best recent examples of great use of colorwork in crochet patterns.
Today’s beautiful peacock butterfly crochet mandala for the Mandalas for Marinke project comes to us from Josie Yarn of Wrap The Kids in Crochet, who loves who colorful Wink’s work is.