20 Crochet Mandalas to make
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About the book
20 small, colourful crochet projects in lovely designs to make on the move.
This fabulous book sings out with colour and design! Featuring 20 unique crochet mandala designs in wonderful colours, these little crochet projects are perfectly transportable and great for using up scraps of yarn. They are also perfect for those fairly new to crochet, as the patterns are very easy and competent beginners will get lots of practice with many different crochet stitches.
These fantastic little circles of colour make great coasters, mats for cups, glasses and vases, and are also very decorative. Perfect as gifts for family and friends, they are quick and easy to make. There are small, medium and slightly larger designs for every eventuality.
Lynne Rowe has a large blog following and is a very popular crochet designer.
About Lynne Rowe
Lynne Rowe was taught to knit and crochet by her Nan in her early childhood and has been hooked ever since. She has developed a wide range of specialist skills and loves to pass these on to others through her workshops and classes.
She is best known for her whimsical designs which feature regularly in the UKs most popular craft magazines, along with articles and technical guides. Her practical approach makes her patterns straightforward, easy to read and fun to make and her aim is to encourage as many people as possible to knit and crochet. Lynne lives in Congleton, Cheshire
Knitting & Crochet - from Woman's Weekly
Mandala is the ancient Sanskrit word for 'circle', and people through history have drawn them while meditating to help achieve a sense of calm. So as well as being fun and cheap to make, crocheting a mandala might be good for unwinding. Lynne Row's mandalas are super simple and can be all made using odds and ends of yarn. Once you've finished, there's a lot you can do with a mandala. A colourful coast, perhaps. Or you could join several together to create scarves, bedspreads or bags. Even art installations, if you're feeling ambitious.
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