Sharon Blackmore in Canada sent in this terrific thread crochet mandala for the Mandalas for Marinke remembrance project.
This gorgeous crochet spoke mandala made by Abide comes to us from Istanbul. It reminds me of sunrises.
Signups open today for a new yarn club from Ancient Arts. Members get to choose from different packages to receive fingering yarn and extra goodies. The yarn club will launch with patterns for knitters only but additional options for crocheters are slated to begin in a few months.
This luscious crochet mandala is made by Amy (@ambitiousjam) of Akimbo Moon. Ela escreve, “I have been a fan of Wink’s work for a long time. I loved her beautiful photography and use of colour.
This fabulous crochet mandala is made by Carolyn Crankshaw. Ela era “trained as a scientist, currently a global product manager for a large life science company” and has “7 chickens in addition to the usual dogs, cat, etc.” She loves gardening – both vegetable and flower.
It’s always fun to see what kind of crochet makes it onto the runway. Sometimes it even inspires our own (lower-budget) couture designs.
A crochet mandala contribution plus a book about crafting to heal.
This pretty package for Mandalas for Marinke comes from Elizabeth, who can be found as ProchetByEAS on Instagram and Etsy and as EASmith on Ravelry. Ela diz, “I am an avid crocheter and recently began designing my own patterns. I live in rural Iowa with my husband and our two crazy little boys.”