Beautiful Mandalas

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Mandalas get you calm and help you meditate. They are inspirational or calming but in either case, stunning.

Crochet mandalas are also simply beautiful in their own right, and specifically can function as a gorgeous decoration for the home, or a doily for a favorite piece of furniture. Here I have picked 3 patterns, which are particularly great as wall-hangers. Each pattern is particularly quite easy and fun to make. Conversely, each is unique but all include the concentric rings and floral motifs so typical of mandala patterns. Indeed, these wonderful projects can be a great introduction to the world of mandala crocheting.

Unseen Mandala Free Crochet Pattern

Here is one of this pattern you just can’t miss. The Unseen Manadala has 29-rounds in 11 colors and is designed as a wall hanging. It’s truly a feast for the eyes, as well as a satisfying project to make.
Designer: Dedri Uys
Unseen Mandala
The full article about this pattern is here:

Petal Flower Mandala Free Crochet Pattern

The petal flower mandala is an interesting example of a loosely stitched circular mandala, whose lacy texture is almost evocative of Native American dream catchers. The broad, circular frame with its inward petals and the radial central motif are a beautiful way of showing off stitch transitions. Coupled with a rainbow color gradient, in short this is a great and decorative project for young and old.
SkillsEasy        Designer Alia Bland
Petal Flower Mandala Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here:

Petal Flower Mandala

Nocturnal Mysteries Mandala

This crochet mandala unquestionably is a beautiful, lacy and somewhat mysterious project. It’s moreover a great exploration of what you can achieve with voids and lacework. Indeed, it has a certain airy quality that matches the nighttime hues beautifully.

Designer:  Evelin Karu

Nocturnal Mysteries Mandala

The full article about this pattern is here:

 Nocturnal Mysteries Mandala

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  1. Anna+Smit says:

    The most beautiful patterns

  2. I adore the mandala pics/patterns. However, It would TRULY be nice to receive an email with a SQUARE mandala for an afghan. My 17 year old granddaughter is into grays and whites right now. I need a pattern that is not baby like or frilly. She likes gray, white, blue and a weird wine red berry color. She wants squares. Making is not an issue. assembly and sewing together is….

    Anyone in cyber world hear me??? I need a patterns preferably no se
    sewing together. Help! Christmas is close. I have 5 to make. ages are 16, 13, 8, 5, and 3. YIKES!!!

    HELP me someone out there.

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