A crochet mandala contribution plus a book about crafting to heal.
This pretty package for Mandalas for Marinke comes from Elizabeth, who can be found as ProchetByEAS on Instagram and Etsy and as EASmith on Ravelry. Ella dice, “I am an avid crocheter and recently began designing my own patterns. I live in rural Iowa with my husband and our two crazy little boys.”
Catarina of No Lugar Que Chamo Casa writes, “I am an expat SAHM of two boys. I was born in Portugal, but I live in Luxembourg. I’m a yarn lover! I make toys, dolls and fashion accessories, which you can see on my Facebook page.”
These gorgeous pastel spring-colored crochet mandalas are from Sonia in Barcelona. They are part of the Mandalas for Marinke remembrance project.
María magnética, who can be found on her blog as well as on Facebook and Instagram, says she’s, “just somebody who enjoys crochet, hilado y ganchos” y agrega, “crochet and amigurumi keep me grounded and happy”.
These gorgeous crochet mandalas come to us from Madalena in Portugal. Ella escribe, “I read with great sadness the news of Marinke’s death. She will stay with us forever, a star that shines in heaven. These three mandalas made by me are to honor the life and work of Marinke. Sending a big hug of solidarity to family and friends.”
This gorgeous soft mandala comes rom Amy (@myweekincrochet on Instagram) ¿Quién escribe, “If only one person gets help from this effort overall – it’s worth it.” This statement means so, so much to me and is so, tan cierto. Thank you to each person who has made the Mandalas for Marinke project happen!