We’ve seen some crochet mandalas from Brenda, already, but now she has sent us some new ones.
This contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project comes to us from Rosalind who can be found as @frenchthrifty on Twitter. Ela compartilha, “I am a mother of four (three sons, uma filha) and grandmother of three (two girls and one boy) who call me MoMo. I am passionate about crochet, tricô e ponto cruz. I am finishing a PhD at The University of Cambridge in the UK.”
Many crochet blankets have been abandoned over the years, relegated to yard sales, thrift stores and basement storage. Bring those beauties out of hiding and put them to use. Aqui estão 15 fabulous examples of crochet blankets that have been upcycled into new items.
Roundup of a month’s worth of crochet.
Here you’ll find links to all of the contributions from the Mandalas for Marinke project posted in June. It was my goal to get all contributions photographed and posted by this time, one year after the sad news of Marinke’s death. I succeeded in getting them all photographed and loaded into the blog but am still organizing the actual posts. Por conseguinte, the project is continuing into July.
“Here is my contribution to Mandalas for Marinke. Muito obrigado por fazer isso – it’s great to have something we can DO to express our love for Wink, our sadness at her loss, and to do something to help the fight against depression.
Crochet tutorials allow you to learn crochet step-by-step. You can learn how to crochet the basic stitches and then move on to more advanced techniques. These crochet tutorials provide you with tips and instructions for improving your crochet.
This lovely contribution to the Mandalas for Marinke project comes from Kate of Signed With an Owl (also on Instagram).