20 Free Magical Mandala Crochet Patterns
These beautiful magical Mandala crochet patterns are all available as free crochet patterns.
Crochet Mandalas are great stashbuster projects too, with each round you can change your color and use up any bits of scraps you may on hand.
Or, you choose your favorite bright colors, or an ombre range of shades to make your mandala more peaceful or vibrant and colorful.
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20 Free Crochet Patterns for Magical Mandalas
1. Bobbly Flower Mandala – Mad Blanketer
2. Mandala Blanket – Sabina Poonwassies
3. Spoke Mandala – Marinke Slump
4. Mandala by Pukado – Patricia Stuart
5. King Protea Mandala (King Sugar Bush) – Dedri Uys
6. Magic Spike Mandala – Tamara Kelly
7. Sun wheel mandala – Maz Kwok
8. Dahlia Mandala – zelna olivier
9. Mesmerising Mandala and Coasters – Lu Douglas
10. Mandala Pattern – Annoo Crochet
11. Granny Mandala – Crochet with Raymond
12. Sun Blossom Mandala Doily – Diane Lavos
13. Mandala 21 – John Kelly
14. Sophie’s Mandala (Large) – Dedri Uys
15. Mandala in Irish Crochet – Ina Jitari
16. Attic 24 Mandala – Lucy of Attic24
17. Tequila Sunrise Mandala – Angela Armstrong
18. Mini Rings of Change – Frank O’Randle
19. Crocheted Doily Rug – Creative Jewish Mom
20. Carnivale Crochet-Along – Poppy & Bliss (Michelle Robinson)
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Hi Dee, I don’t have it anymore. Wink’s family must have removed her patterns from the pattern stores – that was one of her ‘for sale’ patterns. I’m not certain how one would go about getting a copy unless they had it still and could publish it on her site or send it to you. I know she did a lot with Scheepjes. You may be able to contact them to inquire if there is a way to get that pattern? I’m sorry I’m not much help with this. Rhondda
I have found the I Love Holland Dutch Tulips Mandala created by Marinke Slump, and am inquiring if you have the pattern or know where I can get it from. I have searched all over for it and cant seem to find it anywhere.
Thanks for the wonderful site and supporting a craft/skill my grandmother taught me years ago. I hope my skills are advanced enough that I can try Sophie’s Mandala!
Very welcome Dedri 🙂 xo
Thank you for including me, Rhondda 😉