The smaller one begins with bright, rich colors and blends into softer pinks and corals. The larger one begins with the softer pinks and corals and moves into blues and purples. Together they remind me of a sky at sunrise.
At the end of each month I share a collection of the various things I’ve written about here and in other places all around the web. If you missed something in July, find it here. If you loved something, share this post with others!
I love the perfect even stithies on this pretty crochet mandala. The yellow rings in the center give it a floral feeling and the pinks give it a feminine appeal.
At the beginning of the year I drew attention to 28 crochet books I was excited to see coming out this year. We’re halfway through the year now and many of those books have been released. People, including me, are reviewing and enjoying them. Today I thought I’d roundup links to reviews and other information about 25 crochet and craft books.
This is a dynamic, colorful version of the I Love Holland crochet mandala pattern by Marinke. I love the vivid brightness of the many colors, and the repeat of the bright yellows and comforting soft purples.
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This contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project consists of two beautiful, unique, crochet mandalas. There’s an undulating rainbow spiral and a soft, welcoming green spoke mandala.
Making crochet items for kids can be so gratifying. The projects are usually quick to make. They are always super cute. And they can be gifted to kids you know or to charity and either way it warms your heart. Here are more than 35 2015 crochet patterns for kids’ items including slippers, blankets, hats, cowls and more.