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Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Large Daisy Centre Mandala: Pattern

I have started assembling my "big" project - but not sure whether this project is going to be completed or just frogged!?

Happily my Mandala pattern was very popular!    It will be one of the designs featured by the Creative Crochet Crew Facebook Group for their CAL on 29 April 2014!    It was also featured on ERIKA'S CRAFTY CORNER

I had to make a two bigger Mandalas for the project:


crochet mandala

I have had quite a few requests for the pattern for the larger Mandala - so here it is!


LARGE DAISY CENTRE MANDALA PATTERN:

Pattern terms:   US
Hook:  5.00mm 
Yarn:   Elle Pullskein DK

Each row is worked in a different colour

Note:    these Mandalas are components of a bigger project I am working on - I needed them to be "stretchy" and therefore used a larger hook;    A 4.00mm to 4.50mm depending on your tension will probably be a better option for this type of yarn


Rows 1 - 11:   Follow the pattern for the Daisy Centre Mandala over HERE 

Row 12:   Into any dc, 3ch;   1dc into each dc to end, ss to close, break off yarn 

Row 13:   Into top of any dc 6ch *1dc, 3ch into top of 4th dc from hook* repeat * to * to end, ss to close, break off yarn 

Row 14:  Into any 3ch sp, 3ch 4dc; *5dc into next 3ch sp* repeat *to* to end, ss to close, break off yarn 

Row 15:  Into any dc, 3ch;   1dc into each dc to end, ss to close, break off yarn 

Row 16:  Into any dc directly in line with dc on Row 13:  7ch, into top of 5th dc from hook 1sc;  *6ch, into top of 5th dc from hook 1sc* repeat *to* to end, ss into 1st of 7ch 

Row 17:  ss along first three chain of  Row 16; sc *7ch, sc into 6ch space* repeat *to* to last 6ch sp;  6ch ss into first sc to close, break off yarn 

Row 18:   Into any 7ch sp; 3ch, 6dc;  *7dc into each 7ch sp* repeat *to* to end, ss to join.  break off yarn

2 comments:

  1. Lovely colors in this! I enjoy playing with all the colors in the April CAL.

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    1. Your CAL makes have been extremely colourful and vibrant!

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