27 + DIY Patterns to Make a Crochet Mandala
Crochet mandalas mostly come in round, circular, or a host of unique, attractive geometric patterns. It is primarily made by combining multiple-colored yarns, though one could even design it using a single color. The tutorials below would help you create magnificent crochet mandala at home.
The round floral mandala would make for a fabulous wall hanging as well as a doily.
The combination of single, double, double crochet four, and chain stitch helps make this marvelous mandala. The floral pattern made using four yarns gives it a scintillating effect.
This mandala crochet blanket, made by double crochet stitches, is indeed multipurpose. You could transform it into a giant doily or a bag when you no longer need to wrap yourself in it
The mandala stitched on a big hoop, would make for a magnificent hanging for your garden. If planning this as a part of your summer decoration, add catchy colors to bring in the fervor of the season.
Following the cue above, you could make the vest/ jacket as shown below. Instead of confining to a few colors, go for different shades of yarns for a rainbow effect.
The tutorial above would certainly help you make a triangular crochet scarf like the one in the picture that follows. You could opt for lighter tones, as the image shows, or even brighter ones similar to that in the DIY, the choice is yours.
The amalgamation of these colorful petals, in a balanced way, makes it appear like a perfect mandala. You could use this as a cozy cushion and intensify your living room’s beauty to the fullest.
A combination of yellow, green, and brown yarns on a white background, results in this amazingly pretty sunflower. It would serve a perfect summer décor indeed.
This comfortable throw would conveniently serve as a lovely tablecloth, especially if the table is round and big enough.
The rainbow doily rug is for sure to add on to the beauty of your home décor.
This amazing duster could be worn as a jacket or cardigan, boosting your style statement.
You could also attach two big pom poms to the string.
The combination of an array of bright colors makes the sunrise mandala even more appealing. Go for red and orange yarn only if you desire to replicate the sunrise completely.
The knotted patterns on the three sides, adds to its elegance further. While making a scarf, mandala yarn would be apt, as the entire project could be done with just a single ball.
The tree of life theme woven intricately at the center with colorful yarns surrounding it indeed takes the mandala’s beauty to a different level altogether.
You could stitch a flower separately on the rug to intensify its charm. This pink rug would serve as a perfect baby shower gift.
The abstract motifs, set against a square pattern, make this mandala unique indeed. Make patterns of different shapes, like hexagon, and circle, and hang them on your wall for a chic appeal.
The addition of laces or ribbon below makes it appear all the more splendid.
The mandala pattern at the back makes the top appear immensely stylish.
This peacock-themed mandala may go as a pillow, cushion, table decoration, or wall hanging.
Besides the spiral pattern, this dream catcher’s eye-catching factor is the rainbow-colored yarn on the hoop.
The combination of red and white transforms this into a perfect Christmas mandala.
With these tutorials at hand, you would certainly not fall short of an idea when it comes to decorating your home or gifting your near and dear ones. You could actually crochet everything under the sun, with this mandala pattern, apat from the ones mentioned above like earrings, bags, socks, headbands and much more.
Published on August 31st 2020 by Michelle Anderson