Acacia’s Crochet Mandalas

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These four beautiful crochet mandalas come to the Mandalas for Marinke project from Acacia Copley. They are all made using Wink’s crochet mandala patterns. Two of them are the spoke mandala, and two of them (including the plarn crochet mandala) are made using Wink’sMake a Mandala” Tutorial.

DiAnna’s Crochet Mandalas for Marinke + Her Crochet Story

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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.

Meet Crochet Lover Aki of KnitPurlHook

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Aki of KnitPurlHook is knitter and crocheter who loves to share what she makes with others. She taught herself both crafts using a combination of blogs, online tutorials and YouTube craft videos. You can find her under KnitPurlHook on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest y Ravelry. She also has a craft blog, where she shares that she lovestrying different patterns and imagining how to can be turned into wall art or home decor”. Her house is a bit like a gallery or museum of crochetsuch a pleasure to look at all she’s making!

Crochet Mandalas for Marinke from The Crochet Guild of Puget Sound

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This gorgeous set of crochet mandalas was contributed to the Mandalas for Marinke project by Marcia C. Butchart, President of the Crochet Guild of Puget Sound.