Each and every time that I sit down to do one of these posts, something really special happens. I really take time to sit quietly with each mandala, photograph its details with great attention, and read through the included messages with care and love. I believe that the attention and intention that I put into each mandala holds value and sets the intention for what they can continue to do in the world, as I share them here. I never fail to be deeply touched by each contribution as I work with it.
Diny Slamet shares a beautiful yarn bombed tree in Australia that is related to the Mandalas for Marinke project in a small way.
Continuing on with the Mandalas for Marinke daily posts, today we’ve got an enchanting contribution from Lynda @loveagoodyarn.
Today’s meaningful post for Mandalas for Marinke comes to us from Danielle Herie, un 38 year old mother of 2 wonderful children who shares that she has crocheted for more than thirty years and death with depression for over twenty years.
Today we have a contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project from Kayt Ross, a Fibre Artist and Crochet Instructor from Vivacious Art, where she shares that she learned the basics of crochet from her grandmother. She also shares her beautiful thread crochet paintings, which you should spend some time browsing for inspiration!
Elene from Cyprus used great rich colors in the 12-round standard crochet mandala that she made for her contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project.
We’re continuing on with our special, bella, touching Mandalas for Marinke posts in honor of Wink and in celebration of crochet mandalas. This beautiful contribution comes to us from Alice in France.