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 & Crochê, 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.
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” tutorial.
Natalie Schwarz is a crocheter based in Melbourne, Austrália, whose shop is appropriately called Little Cosy Things. That’s exactly what you’ll find there – crochet stuffed animals that are absolutely adorable.
Happy Thanksgiving to those of you who celebrate this holiday, and feelings of gratitude to you today anyway even if you don’t.
Lise Solvang is a knit and crochet designer who creates beautiful patterns in both crafts and occasionally combines the two crafts in individual pieces. She is also a mixed media artist who uses her crochet in intriguing artistic ways.