Mandalas are very calming, relaxing crochet projects. They are perfect for clearing your head and moving you to a happy place. Who doesn’t need that sometimes? We all do! Crochet mandalas are evidently beautiful on their own. They can function as a gorgeous decoration for the home, or as doilies for your favorite pieces of furniture. So many options, right? Awesome! Can’t decide? No worries! Any one of the crochet mandalas below would also be greatly appreciated by anyone you gift them to. Give it a try! We will. Best of all, some patterns here are quite easy once you work out the sequence of stitches. Don’t get intimidated! Links to free patterns are under the photos.
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Modern Colorful Mandalas – Free Crochet Patterns
Fancy Nancy Mandala Free Crochet Pattern
More info on Ravelry.
Petal Flower Mandala Free Crochet Pattern
Happy Mandala Free Crochet Pattern
The happy mandala by Frankie Brown makes us so happy! It is a celebration of colors and textures, lovingly stitched into a round shape. Rings of different stitches are in essence made all the bolder by the sharp color transitions. In summary, this is a pretty and energetic project.
Classic Decorative Mandalas – Free Crochet Patterns
Nocturnal Mysteries Mandala
This crochet mandala is a beautiful, lacy, and somewhat mysterious project. A great exploration of what you can achieve with voids and lacework. It has a certain airy quality that matches the nighttime hues beautifully. We love Evelin Karu!
We can’t believe how much room for creativity this crochet-along started by Knot So Square gives us. So many talented people have already crocheted this wonder. Will you join the crowd? We would love to see your version!
The original pattern and the photos are on Knot So Square:
Blueberry Hill Mandala
A dreamy name for a dreamy crochet mandala! Can you recognize the author by looking at this decorative piece? It is Virklust, obviously! One-of-a-kind style, right? Trust us, we have seen it all! Will you stick with blue?
The original pattern and the photos are on Virklust:
More info on Ravelry.
Do you want to see more creations from Virkust? We can’t blame you! This wonder was designed by another great designer Anna Nilsson. You should certainly follow the work of both! How beautiful is this color mix? So pretty!
The original pattern and the photos are on Anna Virkpanna:
Info about this version and the photos on Ravelry.
Do you have any plans for next Thursday? No? We have an idea! Precisely, Anna Nilsson has! Why don’t you start working on this decoration? It will surely bring some fresh energy into your interiors. Will you use the same colors?