Today’s contribution to Mandalas for Marinke comes from Daphne.adora who says on Instagram, “I love to knit and crochet. I also like the outdoors, music and reading.”
This contribution to Mandalas for Marinke comes from Monica, a 50+ female who says “I lost my job, 4.4 months out of work, crochet saved my mind!
This contribution to Mandalas for Marinke comes from Mary who writes, “Yarn is my passion and it gives me peace when I pick up a skein and a hook.”
Ruth Sandra Sperling, who blogs at RSS Designs in Fiber (and can be found @rssdesignsfiber on Pinterest / @rssdesigns on Twitter), contributed two beautiful crochet mandalas to the Mandalas for Marinke project along with a fabulous rainbow mandala crochet hat.
This contribution comes from Laura in Oklahoma, a crocheter for 40+ years who explains that the center motif of the mandala is from the Treva G. McCain Tuscan Throw, the next four rows are Laura’s own, and the remainder of the rows are from Wink’s Crochet Mandala for your Home.
I’ve come across two contributions that I photographed and then managed to misplace the names of their owners. Huge apologies and hope that we can correct this!
This contribution to Mandalas for Marinke comes from Kristin Lynn who created a slightly modified, smaller version of Wink’s spoke mandala for me along with her donation. She says, “it’s a “thank you” for drawing attention to depression and for shining a light on Marinke’s cheerful work, and her bright soul.”