Summer hearts mandala pattern & CAL! - a creative being. Yes, you read that correctly: today I’m releasing a new mandala pattern, AND there will be a CAL!
:D The pattern is my Summer Hearts Mandala, which I designed for Simply Crochet magazine last year. The pattern has 11 pages and features large, clear photos with step-by-step instructions. As usual it has a Cheat Sheet at the back (for quick reading, and to print out instead of the entire pattern). It works up great with a 4mm hook and Drops Paris cotton yarn, but you could easily substitute those for your favourite yarn & hook combination!
You can get the summer hearts mandala crochet pattern from the usual suspects: my Ravelry shop, my Etsy shop, or my Craftsy shop. And if you’d like to make the summer hearts mandala as part of a CAL, head on over to Lazy Daisy Jones and/or Chrissie Crafts; they are hosting a Mandala CAL on their blogs! Have fun making those gorgeous mandalas; be sure to upload your pictures to Ravelry. Xo, wink. Picots & petals mandala pattern + discount! - a creative being. Hi everyone, I hope you all had a lovely Easter!
Unfortunately I was ill for all of it; I came down with a fever on Wednesday evening and it took all weekend to go away, leaving me with a sore throat and a runny nose. But I’m very happy that I’m on the mend, as being ill seriously cuts into your blogging time! ;) I meant to do this last week, but here it is: today I’m releasing my new pattern, the Picots & Petals Mandala! :D I designed this Picots & Petals mandala for Simply Crochet magazine last year. Mandalas. Fair Isle Mandala Pattern and pictures. As promised the Mandala Pattern Before I start, there is a couple of things you need to know when working POST STITCH in the round, SOME TIMES I have used the post stitch as an increase stitch but mostly it is a replacement stitch. 4mm hook and Cotton DK.
USA terms. The pattern is quite long and detailed, so I am splitting it into three posts today and tomorrow for the front and the back on Monday. Shout if you need any help and let me know if I written something that doesn't make sense . I had run out of some colours so used a replacement from the original Blue and Green one. Fair Isle Mandala Pattern part 2. Wonderful to hear so many are giving the FI Mandala a go.
FI Mandala Pattern PART 2 4mm hook, cotton yarn, USA terms. another mistake i missed out round 14 sorry all xROUND 14: looks like i didn't take a picture for round 14 but same picture to explain same as round 15 picture...sorry yet again and thanks Dee for pointing it out another ooops! Round 14: 3sc in first 3 sts, dc post st into dc of 2 rounds down (as picture below) all thought that has the start of round 15 as well sorry yet again for missing out round 14Notes to help: not an increase round just a replacement round (96 sts) Round 15: in the same colour as round 14, sc in every stitch. (96sts) Round 16: sc and dc post stitch in alternate stitches (96sts) Notes to help: Post stitch is Not an increase round just a replacement st. Attach yarn as picture below lining up to do a dc post st into the first of the visible sc of 3 rounds below. Make a Crochet Mandala For Your Home – Arts & Crafts – Tuts+
A mandala is typically a circle with inspiring colors and patterns.
Mandala is the Sanskrit word for 'circle', and has spiritual significance in Hinduism and Buddhism. Crochet mandalas can be used as coasters, hot pads, wall decorations or simply as colour therapy. In this tutorial we'll be making a grey and white mandala with cheery sunshine-y yellow and mustard highlights. The pattern uses US terms and stitches include single crochet (sc); double crochet (dc); chain (ch); and double crochet four together (dc4tog). Supplies. Little Spring Mandala. Pattern: Made in K-Town by Barbara Please respect my rights as designer: do not sell, share, translate, or publish any parts of my patterns (including pictures) online or elsewhere without my permission.
Do not claim this pattern as your own. Feel free to sell the finished items you’ve made from my pattern! If you do, a link-back to my blog www.made-in-k-town.blogspot.de would be great. Thank you! Material: As usual, I used small amounts of Catania by Schachenmayer and a 2.5mm hook. Some general notes: For this pattern I use US crochet terms. I did NOT write down the chains at the beginning of each round: for the first stitch in every round, work chains (e.g. 3 chains for the first dc) OR start with a “standing stitch” i.e. join the new color with a slip knot or a simple loop ON YOUR HOOK and just work the first sc or dc as usual.