Mandala Floor Rug Free Crochet Pattern

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The mandala is a perennial crochet favorite. Taking the form of a rug, it is a lovely addition to your crochet patterns and a very worthwhile project. In particular the recurrent patterns of circles and gradual gradient of colors gives it a thoroughly meditational aspect. This is a lovely and fun crochet project to make, and a delicious product at the end. A link the free pattern is at the end of the post.

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  1. Tina Clem Walker says:

    THey are lovely patterns

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  3. Lisa Perez says:

    did the Mandala floor rug free pattern expire?

    1. No, it isn’t. Check the link with the name of this pattern under the photos.

  4. Karen Joseph says:

    I am unable to get to the pattern for the Mandala floor rug free pattern. It takes me in circles without ever seeing the pattern. I see from a previous comment, I am not the only one having a problem I did check the link at the end of the post, but it took me to another picture of the rug but no pattern. When I clicked on the description next to the picture, it took me to the original Pinterest post.

    1. Please skip to the sentence ‘go to the pattern’ followed by its name and click on it. (Optionally, it may said „the free crochet pattern is >here<").

  5. Please could you add link to the comments as I also am unable to click it. It just reloads the front page. Thanks

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