Here is what I came up with:
These mandalas were done with basic crochet stitches, which make them quick to stitch up!
The rose mandala was done using Drops Paris yarn #14 strong yellow, #11 opal green, #6 shocking pink, #33 medium pink, and Acaucania Ulmo Solid #767
Even though it is hard to see in the photo, this mandala was done in an aqua and light blue, the light blue seems to blend in with the green. The yarns used for this blue mandala were Drops Paris yarn #14 strong yellow, #11 opal green, #2 light turquoise, #06 shocking pink, and Acaucania Ulmo Solid #767
If you would like to make a few of these mandalas to brighten up your house or to give away as gifts you can access the pattern here
Thanks for posting ♥♥ReplyDelete
I like to share with others!ReplyDelete
I think I found you through Ladybird diaries a few days ago and I LOVE your mandala. Are you aware of the Mand-a-long over at chrissiecrafts blog and wink's blog - a creative being?
I'll be making your mandala, so thank you for this great pattern.
I've already made two spring mandalas by K-town also in Drops Paris. You can see them here...
Thank you for stopping by my blog, I have had a lot of fun creating patterns and sharing them with others. I stopped by your blog and your mandalas look great! I love the colors! Let me know what you think of my pattern.ReplyDelete
No - I got it wrong I found you through the link up at Annemarieshaakeblog.ReplyDelete
I've finished two of these mandalas, I've written a post about the first one. Here's the link if you want to take a peek:-
I saw your post and your Mandala looks great! I love the colors! Your California friend will really love it!ReplyDelete