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. Beide zijn mooi.
Louise Deane, known on Instagram as @louloudeane, describes herself as a “crafty, autodidact, experimental crochet addict”.
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.
Executive designer cell phone case cover for crochet and craft lovers on sale for the week of CyberMonday to raise funds for the Needle Arts Mentoring Program.
A wonderful group of women came together to crochet for Mandalas for Marinke. I’m thrilled to share this contribution with you today.
Lou of Tea & Haak, known on Instagram as lou.teacrochet is a tea-drinking, craft-loving, thirty-something stay at home mom.
Today’s stunning selection of crochet mandalas for Mandalas for Marinke project comes to us from the very talented Carolyn Christmas of Pink Mambo.
Sarah started Little Fox Crochet to bring in a little bit of extra income and provide her with a creative outlet during maternity leave with her third child, whom she calls her little fox. The shop opened last year and quickly grew to something even more amazing than she could have imagined.