Winter Mandala Free Crochet Pattern

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Mandala patterns are a frequent favorite. This one produces a winter-themed mandala panel, that’s equally good on its own or as a part of a larger project. It’s particularly amenable to making coasters and doilies, but with some clever stitching can be made into a table cloth or a blanket centerpiece. Also, even though winter hues are preferable (winter mandala, after all!!), the possibilities of varying them are essentially limitless. This beautiful pattern will be a highly enjoyable fall and winter evening project. A link to a free pattern is at the end of the post.

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Winter Mandala Free Crochet Pattern

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8 Comments

  1. Where can I find this pattern?

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

  2. vilma praeli de presa says:

    They are lovely,

  3. AlvaJo Allen says:

    It says free pattern, I follow all the steps and it does not take me to the free pattern.

    1. Hi, thank you for your comment. A link to the free pattern is under the NAME of the pattern at the end of the post or there is a name of a pattern + visit a PATTERN SITE”

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