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Free Pattern Gorgeous Crochet Xmas Ornament Mandala Inspired

Free Pattern Gorgeous Crochet Xmas Ornament Mandala Inspired
By AnnooCrochet Designs So here I am, in Lanai Hawaii, facing the amazing ocean, and volcanic rock all around me, it is impossible not to feel the Immensity of the nature surrounding us, It is always an humbling experience to travel, Our world is an amazing place, I do not take my time on this earth for granted...I feel very lucky to be on this gorgeous planet of ours...Sharing this Mandala inspired ornament with you all seems so natural today, I chose a beautiful summer feel Cotton, but you can of course substitute it to any yarn you wish, and depending on your hook size and yarn, the ornament will have many different sizes. Happy Crochet from beautiful Hawaii!!!!!!!You will Need: Hook Size: 2.5mm Yarn Dungarease in 5 different colors. Tapestry Needle Polyfill for stuffing.Stitches used in this project: sl st: slip stitch ch: chain sc: single crochet dc: double crochet hdc Half double crochet. Ball: Make 2 half balls. Round 1: With Beige Color, In a magic ring, dc 16 sl st (16dc)

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