Connie's Ray of Hope Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern

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This is a beautiful decorative crochet pattern for a wall hanging (or doily) that is reminiscent of a mandala wheel, but in an airy and lacy fashion. The rich texture offers a great opportunity to work with colors, as the pastel-hued rainbow pattern below shows. Connie’s Ray of Hope is a great project for those of us that are artistically minded, for whom functionality is not the only criterion.

A link to a free pattern is at the end of the post.

Skills: Easy      DesignerThe Loopy Stitch

Connie's Ray of Hope Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern

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2 Comments

  1. That is so beautiful. I love the colours.

  2. Love colors.Need to have something to do after I have my complete hip replacement. This pattern jumped at me

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