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.
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 et Ravelry. She also has a craft blog, where she shares that she loves “trying 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 crochet – such a pleasure to look at all she’s making!
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.
Jackie E., on Instagram as @joyfuljaxcrochets.and.knits, runs Northern Cottage Gifts, an Etsy and Ravelry shop that offers easy-to-follow crochet patterns for sale. Her crochet patterns include photos and are priced affordable to make them accessible to a wider range of people.
Today’s contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project is a set of two beautiful crochet mandalas along with a handful of adorable yarn poms. This contribution comes from Steph of My Own Beautiful Mind.
Holly of @holly_pips is a crochet lover living in Greenwich, Londres, where she’s a stay-at-home to Pip who thoroughly enjoys her family and her home. She’s currently pregnant with a little boy. It is so delightful to follow her on Instagram where she shares her children, her crochet and the other joys in her life.
I am so thrilled, proud, excited to announce that the book that I’ve been working on for nearly three years is now complete and ready for purchase on Createspace, Amazon and Kindle!!!
Yesterday we looked at our first crochet mandala rug for the Mandalas for Marinke project; today we have our second one. This one is by Susan Laney, who also contributed three additional crochet mandalas.