Mandala symbolises a whole universe and it literally means circle. And what fresh and delicate that circle is. Celebrate the power of nature with today`s collection of Floral Crochet Mandalas. Aimed at beginners, these geometrical designs can grow alongside your experience. It`s also a beautiful way to use the scraps from your stash. Great use of colours make them cheerful and mesmerising. They will also be perfect as gifts to your loved ones. Table decorations, coasters, wall hangings or even sewn on clothes and cushions – they are so versatile and pretty. Have you ever crocheted a mandala before? Don`t miss this opportunity because it will definitely be the first of many. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Clematis-Mini Free Crochet Pattern
Popcorn stitches give this flowery mandala a lovely texture. It`s easy to make but looks exquisite and intricate. You will want to grab your hooks straight away.
Level: beginner Author: Ramalakshmi Pasumarthy
You will find the pattern here.
Spring Song Free Crochet Pattern
Make a whole set of these beautiful doilies in different colours and demonstrate the picot border. They will enliven the look of any table if used as placemats.
Level: beginner Author: Julia Hart
Citrus Mandala Free Crochet Pattern
This fruity mandala is a great way to use up the scraps. The pattern is beginner friendly, but thanks to different shades of green and orange, it gives you that elaborate look.
Level: beginner Author: Karin Åshammar/Virklust
Trinity Mandalas Free Crochet Pattern
Start here with a small one, then make the pattern grow into medium and large mandalas. Twisted stitches, bobbles and colour combination make this trio truly ornamental.
Level: upper beginner Author: Esther Dijkstra
Spirit Mandala Free Crochet Pattern
This tiny mandala lets you use up leftovers from other projects. Easy design can be made in your favourite colour scheme and then hanged as window or wall decoration.
Level: beginner Author: Tatsiana Kupryianchyk