Mandy of RedAgape, who crocheted Wink’s Picots and Petals Mandala, describes herself as a “crochet obsessed guesthouse owner, blogger and photographer”.
A gorgeous crochet mandala rug for the Mandalas for Marinke project. This was contributed by Valerie.
Lika (@likalu on Ravelry) contributed these three crochet mandalas to Mandalas for Marinke – two made from Wink’s “crochet mandala for your home” pattern and one made with her 12-round standard crochet mandala pattern
These crochet mandalas are from Bergey (@bergeyh on Instagram, @berghaft on Facebook) who is a 46-something from Reykjavik, Islandia
These four crochet mandalas are from Julie of ACCROchet who describes herself as “an avid crochet designer and crochet instructor, living in Montreal (Canadá) 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 dice, “I am from England, married and have two teenage boys. I love to crochet and Wink was a huge inspiration to me.”