A dream catcher or a wall hanging, it is 2 in 1 crochet wall hanging pattern. Add up the bottom of a metal hoop with colorful yarn tassels and next crochet a big serenity crochet mandala inside the hoop. A fantastic yarn beauty that will take your wall decors to the next level.
However, to really take the dream catcher theme to the next level, here is this astounding, beautiful wall hanger. Overall, I’m absolutely blown away by the intricate complexity of the texture, which nevertheless is made using relatively easy techniques.
The original pattern and the photos are available on yarnspirations.com:
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- Designed by The Loopy Stitch
This simple hoop mandala will look great in both colorful version and a monochrome one. You can use it as a great party decoration for a party (like birthday party, baby shower and so on) or a everyday hanging window decor.
PHOTOS by The Loopy Stitch / Ravelry.com
Along with adding amazing decorative details to a wall, chevron wall hanging will have significant health benefits too. Looking at this yarn wall hanging will instantly make you calm down. Crochet yarn in white and beige or in dark grey for this classic wall hanging. End it up with the fringed bottom.
Prefer something round instead of rectangular? Work these mandala wall hangings in the round, then frame them in an embroidery hoop. Mandalas are relaxing and easy to make as you repeat stitches as the piece grows. Leave these just as they are in the pattern or add a few other embellishments to your hoop!