Today we have a contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project from Kayt Ross, a Fibre Artist and Crochet Instructor from Vivacious Art, where she shares that she learned the basics of crochet from her grandmother. She also shares her beautiful thread crochet paintings, which you should spend some time browsing for inspiration!
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.
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.
We’re kicking off the February Mandalas for Marinke posts with a pretty floral contribution from Sarah of Charlisa Designs on Etsy where she shares, “I am a fibre artist living on the rural edge of Melbourne, Australia. Punto, ganchillo, spin wool, coser, quilt and weave. I also design knitting and crochet patterns.”
Today’s contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project comes from someone I believe wanted to remain anonymous. Sin embargo, I confess that things have gotten a little disorganized around here since I got rescue pup Katara so if for some reason I’ve made a mistake and you’re the maker and want to claim it, please do let me know.
This pretty crochet mandala that builds outwards in color from light pink to dark pink, through purple then green, comes to us from Christina Federici of TinasToastyToes.
Today’s crochet mandalas come from Gwynneth in the UK. There’s a large 12-round standard crochet mandala made using Wink’s pattern. There are also three beautiful colorful mini mandalas; ombre coasters that are now mandala designs