Today’s terrific contribution to Mandalas for Marinke comes from DaniellaJoe. She has sent two stunning, textured, layered crochet mandalas, one in regular yarn and the other in fabric yarn. Les deux sont belles.
Each day I post one of the mandalas for the Mandalas for Marinke project, which is designed to honor the life and work of crochet designer Marinke Slump (who we lost a few months ago to suicide) and to raise awareness about issues related to depression. Here were November’s posts.
A wonderful group of women came together to crochet for Mandalas for Marinke. I’m thrilled to share this contribution with you today.
Today’s stunning selection of crochet mandalas for Mandalas for Marinke project comes to us from the very talented Carolyn Christmas of Pink Mambo.
These four beautiful crochet mandalas come to the Mandalas for Marinke project from Acacia Copley. They are all made using Wink’s crochet mandala patterns. Two of them are the spoke mandala, and two of them (including the plarn crochet mandala) are made using Wink’s “Make a Mandala” tutoriel.
I’ve received a few wonderful crochet mandala rugs for the Mandalas for Marinke project. These rugs will be placed into a cozy community crafting space at the art show, which is likely to take place in late spring 2016.
Belle contribution aujourd'hui aux Mandalas pour projet Marinke vient de Brenda et se compose de trois mandalas au crochet.