This Crochet Mandala Granny Squares Craft Project is an amazingly creative way to blend, depth and texture into a granny square that can make table runners, scarves, blankets and window valances.
You are likely to be familiar with the ongoing Mandala love if you are a regular visitor to the Attic. For you, my latest obsessive making won’t be anything too surprising. I believe that this obsession would remain with me and I need to accept its presence in my life. I am able to get an acceptable outlet for mandala output as a result of my involvement in the Yarndale. It is a great moment of despair, when the hoops begin to stack up.
Mandala loops of around 30cm are made to be added to the larger Mandalas made in the previous years for Yarndale. Concerning these mandalas more is actually more, when it comes to create a stunning visual display at an outdoor setting. I would say just keep making and making till it runs out of time.
The larger mandala loops can also be crocheted around the children’s plastic hula loops. However, for the smaller ones, thin metal loops are to be used giving it a fantastic look. The simple design really suits and is easy to be crocheted because of its light weight. These designs are used for the macrame project and dream catchers widely. There is an amazing satisfaction observing the small collection of mandala being converted into a wise variety of mandalas. In the same context, I would recommend to but Crafty Capers from and Amazon seller. The white rings are coated with different designs in different sizes ranging from 10cm to 45cm in diameter.
Materials and Tools Needed:
Yarn of your choice
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