Jess shares, “I’ve struggled with depression for 19 anni (at age 11, I had my first breakdown) and crochet is one of the ways I relax and feel productive.”
This contribution to Mandalas for Marinke comes from Susan who says, “I am a wife of 34 anni, mother of two amazing sons, granny to Noah and Julia, Montessori teacher, and longtime crocheter who loves to make stuff and give it away.”
Morag Mackenzie writes, Please find enclosed some mini mandalas which I hope you will be able to give away in memory of Wink, and in support of your project, which I’m sure has grown beyond your expectations.
Today’s contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke remembrance project comes from Rachael who writes, “Depression is a constant struggle for people who suffer from this illness.”
Thanks to the wonderful people who choose to support Crochet Concupiscence through Patreon, I’ve reached my next milestone and am able to bring back the monthly posts in my exploration of 50 Years of Vintage Crochet History. Here is our look at 1944 uncinetto!
This contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project comes from Alessandra in Italy who writes at homemade@myplace.
Marion of MBLDesigns writes, “I am sending you some little mandalas along with an angel and a butterfly. I do a lot of wedding alterations and give all my brides a butterfly as a symbol of new life and hope.”