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Pretty Polly Mandala

A simple, easy and quick mandala pattern to use up leftover yarn.

Pretty Polly Mandala

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September Mandala

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 & Hustle Perfect Picot Blog Hop. The finished Mandala measures 14 inches in diameter.

September Mandala

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Sunny Crochet Mandala

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.

Sunny Crochet Mandala

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Happy Flower Mandala

Why Happy Flowers? Because I've kind of convinced myself there are tulipy type flowers in rounds 6-7! And they make me happy! This is a quick, easy little mandala/ doily which is crocheted in bright 8 ply cotton yarns. This is a great way to use up some of those small leftover yarn balls in your stash. You can use it as a doily (like I do!), or frame it and hang on the wall. All you need is some 8 ply cottons, a 3.5mm hook, scissors and a needle to sew in your ends.

Happy Flower Mandala

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Magic Water Lily Mandala Free Crochet Pattern

Mandala symbols have their origins in Hinduism, where they represent the universe.
Crochet mandalas gorgeous circle patterns are just now too much raging out in the crochet world. This Magic Water Lily Mandala Free Crochet Pattern is amazingly beautiful. It will suit a wide variety of interior styles. There are so many different ways they can be used. Some untraditional ways to use these mandalas could be enlarging them and making them into vests or sweaters. You can also use them as potholders, table decorations, coasters, sew them to a cushion or hang them on a wall. I am sure this pattern can bring some exquisite and colorful changes in your home decor.Magic Water Lily Mandala Free Crochet Pattern

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Magic Water Lily Mandala

Colorful Mandala

A colorful mandala for you to make, mandala’s have been around for a long time and as there popularity grows more and more keep appearing on various crochet sites, improve your basic skills and learn how to work in the round. Use them for decoration in any room of your home, as a table center piece, doily, place mat or to hang on your walls. this one is made in three pretty colors, with worsted weight #3 yarn and is very quick to crochet.

Colorful Mandala

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