I have worked this Mandala using 2 different color options. Mandala 1: Oyster, Canary, Navy and Alfalfa Mandala 2: Oyster, Fairy Tale, Wisteria and Mulberry You will need 1 ball in each color to make your Mandala. In total we used 4.2 oz / 119 g / 57 yds / 53 m to make each Mandala. The September Mandala was designed as part of the Stitch and Hustle Perfect Picot Blog Hop. The finished Mandala measures 14 inches in diameter.
With this sunny mandala you'll always have sunshine in your house and in your heart (hint: in warmer colours this makes an excellent Christmas mandala too!). You will be able to make this crochet mandala in no time at all: one evening or one afternoon and it'll be done! You can use scraps of yarn for this project if you like, no problem. This sunny mandala makes for a great doily or a lovely holiday present.
Mandala doilies look mesmerizing in any colour recipe and are perfect for injecting some colour into your home. Pertevniyal Mandala Doily is one of the first mandala patterns I have designed, crocheted and written, I hope you enjoy it as much as I have! This pattern contains instructions written in standard American crochet terminology, in English language. No other versions of the pattern are available (no graphs, videos or translations.) The pattern consists of 25 rounds. Size: 29 cm in diameter after blocking. Your tension will determine things like hook size, yardage, finished size, and height of stitches. Using recommended thread and hook this pattern will use approximately 2 balls of thread. And your finished doily will be about 29 cm in diameter from point to point.
This fun mandala uses simple stitches to create a fun mandala. You can use as many colors as you like. I have created 3 different looks on this mandala, using 2 and 3 colors each but this pattern would look great in one color or as many as seven different colors, what colors will you use? This will make a wonderful side table cover or even a beautiful wall art decoration. Whichever you chose, it will look amazing!
Lucy from Attic 24 is known for her colorful crochet, and she brings it to life boldly with her version of a mandala crochet wall hanging. What makes this resource unique is that Lucy shares a few patterns for making mandalas, as well as her tips for attaching them in a hoop, and even which hoops she recommends.
And if you love her style, don't miss her flower wall hanging for a fun way to bring nature to your walls in full color.