Beautiful Mandala CALs – Free Crochet Patterns

Today’s collection is all about Beautiful Mandala CALs! Crochet-along is a bigger project, that is divided into little chunks. Each part is revealed one week after another. This way you can create something big, detailed, or involving many different techniques. You can stop worrying about not understanding the pattern! Just follow it step-by-step. Take a look at these beautiful mandalas and try one of these projects today! Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!




If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Precious Mandalas and Hypnotizing Mandalas.

Sophie’s Mandala (Large) Free Crochet Pattern

This is a classic by the one and only Dedri Uys! If you have never tried crocheting this mandala before, this summer is a perfect time. Are you afraid you will be too busy? Sophie’s CAL can end in various stages. This one is halfway through!

Level: intermediate Author: Dedri Uys

The original pattern and the photos are on Look at What I Made. More info on Ravelry.

Puffy Mandala Free Crochet Pattern

Beautiful puffy stitches and lovely openwork always make every crochet project even more awesome. At the same time, colorful mandalas with floral motifs are great decorations! So, doesn’t this pattern by Inas Fadil Basymeleh seem like pure perfection to you?

Level: upper beginner Author: Inas Fadil Basymeleh

The original pattern and the photos are on Ina’s Crafts World. More info on Ravelry.

Connie’s Ray of Hope Free Crochet Pattern

Are you feeling inspired this summer? Try something new so you can learn new things! Crochet around the hook to create this beauty. It will surely catch everyone’s eye! All thanks to the instructions by The Loopy Stitch.

Level: intermediate Author: The Loopy Stitch

The original pattern and the photos are on The Loopy Stitch. More info on Ravelry.

Sunflower Mandala CAL Free Crochet Pattern

In the world of floral crochet mandalas, the bigger and more colorful the better, obviously. This gem designed by Anna Nilsson evidently proves our point. Will you use green and pink yarn as well or come up with your own combination?

Level: intermediate Author: Anna Nilsson

The original pattern and the photos are on Anna Virkpanna. More info on Ravelry.

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