Crochet Mandala

crochet mandala

Ever since making a dreamcatcher for Little Miss M, Another Birthday, Another Dreamcatcher, I have wanted a similar one for myself.

The design is Tuuli by Zoya Matyushenko.

I made this with Scheepjes Sugar Rush and Rico Essentials 2ply cotton yarn and a 2.5mm hook. Attaching it to a 50cm coated wire hoop from Glitterwitch.

If you make this design, don’t make the same mistake as me and make far too many loops and points on the final rounds – oops – when will I learn to constantly check the stitch count!

Here it is photographed against a turquoise background


Now to decide whether to hang it on the wall or dangling from the ceiling.


31 responses to “Crochet Mandala

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  2. Oh my, this is just gorgeous! I love the colours on the turquoise background!

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  4. Amazing how different it looks on the two different background colors!

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  5. so pretty, love the colours.

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  6. I love those colors together!

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  7. Murtagh's Meadow


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  8. Another beautiful dreamcatcher/mandala. The blue background really shows it off well.

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  9. Tuuli is on my to do list… Now bumping it up after seeing how wonderful yours looks 😍

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  10. Lovely work, Sandra. Have never been even slightly tempted to pick up such small hooks, but do admire those who make such lovely things!

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  11. I made one of these which hangs in my workroom – it’s not as complicated as your one but looks quite pretty. Will you add feathers?

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  12. It’s quite beautiful and I love how the background colour can give it a totally different look – what fun you could have changing that out from time to time! I still haven’t started mine yet – but have bought the cotton. It might get done this year 🙂

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    • I love the way playing with colour can make things look so different. I’m thinking of making another so that I can put one on a white wall and have one dangling from the ceiling in my guest bedroom.
      Will you do yours all one colour or several?

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