Your Nanas doilies fell sadly out of fashion for a few decades. Now doilies are back with a vengeance reimagined as these bright, pretty mandalas. This mandala is named Matahari, the Indonesian word for sun. All you need is one or more colours of your favourite 4 or 8 ply cottons, a hook and some pretty beads to hook yourself a modern day doily! (as well as a needle for sewing in ends and thread to sew some beads on). This pattern has bright photos making it easy to follow!
I absolutely love making Doilies for home decor and they make great gifts for your loved ones too.Today am sharing the pattern for this pretty easy to make flower edged mandala doily ..... Textured Mandala doily. Mandalas are just so joyful to look at. Use them at your home as potholders, table decorations or you can sew them to a cushion or hang them on a wall.This Textured Mandala is customizable to any size. You can easily increase the number of rounds and you can use them as Floor Rug too. Materials Used:- Cake Yarn 4 mm Crochet Hook
- Designed by Esther Dijkstra
The instruction features patterns for mandalas in three different sizes, however you can easily make your bigger or smaller by simple repeating a few rows (or don’t). The colors are just mesmerizing and the final mandala looks like a stained glass, doesn’t it?
PHOTOS by Esther Dijkstra / Ravelry.com
Somebody loves to make mandalas and doilies. Here is the classy-looking grandiose doily you can make in your afternoon. If you have some skills, you need a bit of time to make them. Crochet your grandiose doily and create some beauty for your home. Supplies are ply thread, crochet hook, yarn needle, and scissors. berayla
You can make a mandala doily to protect the space of your table from going wet. This is easy and best to make you are serving exceptional. Your callers will surely be impressed by your work. These colorful doilies look pretty good. As a gift, you can give these cute doilies to your loved ones. Supplies are the thread of different colors and a needle. yarnspirations
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.
Click below link for free pattern…