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This crochet wall decor free pattern is visually interesting and so beautiful! You can create some unique beautiful art with Connie’s Ray of Hope crochet mandala wall hanging free pattern designed by The Loopy Stitch. Each person’s mandala has the potential to be totally different and entirely unique to them by simply choosing different color combinations and different yarns.
This amazing mandala with a stunning design looks wonderful in all color combinations and we have the below gallery to prove it!
Amazing Crochet Mandala Wall Hanging Free Pattern
What materials do I need? (This is the important one)
Well of course, you’ll have to go and add to your yarn stash. I know it’s a terrible thing to do and I’m sorry for making you do so. Ok, ok so I’m only joking. The beauty of this design is that you CAN use up your stash as it only requires a small amount of yarn. BUT if you really NEED to buy the yarn please see the table below with yarn details and amounts (I will over estimate just a little bit and round it up). You will notice that I have over estimated a bit more for the pastel version as I didn’t weigh the skeins before hand. (SEE HERE)
I have made two different versions of this mandala…
350mm ring made with 8 ply (dk) and a 4mm hook (Stylecraft Special DK – pastel and regal version)
450mm ring made with WW/Aran and a 5mm hook (Super Saver yarn from Spotlight, AUS)
You will also need:
A crochet hook to correspond with the yarn of your choice
A galvanised (or similar) ring see above for sizes to match yarn
Access to technology 😉
Check out the original source for this Amazing Crochet Mandala Wall Hanging Free Pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: The Loopy Stitch.
Thanks to The Loopy Stitch for the article inspiration and featured image.
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