Esto “Sunshine Amid the Storm” mandala comes to us from Melissa in Canada (on Instagram @mknyveld). Ella escribe, “This mandala symbolizes my struggle from suicide attempt, to putting my life back together slowly. I didn’t think it was possible, but ti make with my hands continues to help bring light on dark days.”
These two precious crochet mandalas come to us from Kari Green of Jester Creations. Kari is a Scottish 40-something single mother of two teenage boys. She loves knitting, ganchillo, drawing and reading and says she, “can’t not have a creation in the making in my hands when I’m not working. And I know all too well how mental health issues can impact on every aspect of life.”
This gorgeous colorful crochet mandala comes to us from Ann Benoot, a terrific crochet artist from Belgium. It is helping us to fight against depression and suicide.
This sunny crochet mandala comes to us from Charlie Lethbridge in Australia.
Thanks to each and every one of the contributors who participated in the Mandalas for Marinke project. I didn’t get as many posted in April as I would have liked (some extreme jet lag put everything behind) but I’m still on track to wrap up posts in a couple of months and proceed forward as described in the last update.
These beautiful crochet mandalas come to the Mandalas for Marinke project from Kate Graff, known as GrafficDesigns on Instagram, Facebook, y Ravelry. She walks while crocheting and walked a total of five miles while crafting for this project.
Beautiful contribution to Mandalas for Marinke along with Edna St. Vincent Millay depression quote.