HeartmadeBeanies, a small indie crochet shop based in Neumarkt-St. Veit, Germany, sells crochet beanies, headbands and other accessories online, sharing that work through Facebook and Instagram.
I’ve received a few wonderful crochet mandala rugs for the Mandalas for Marinke project. These rugs will be placed into a cozy community crafting space at the art show, which is likely to take place in late spring 2016.
Hannah’s short-and-sweet IG tagline says it all: “colourful stuff and pretty things”. Beautiful crochet.
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.
Rachel, known as @gooseberryfool on Rachel, is a mom of four who loves staying at home with her children and takes every opportunity that she can to crochet, make and craft. She says that she has a wonderful husband. And she also says (over on Facebook) that she “was inspired to sew and create by my amazing Mum, who is sadly no longer here. I love creating homemade items for those I love, and now wish to share some of my makes with you”.
Today’s bright and beautiful contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project comes from Brenda and consists of three crochet mandalas.
Jane Feagans-King, who shares her work on Instagram as @gigididthis, says that crochet is something that she uses for renewal and meditation as she recovery from a brain injury caused by illness. She also finds recovery in time with the people that she loves. She’s a “wife, mom and nana” so she’s got lots of love.
Here’s another really special contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project, a crochet art piece on canvas made up of several crochet mandalas turned into charming character faces. This one made me smile so much as soon as I opened the package!