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October 14, 2021

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essalt

That was an excellent post! I had no clue Mandalas and meditations were so popular. I've been researching and reading a lot about mandalas lately. I'm interested if any of you have any other resources to provide. It appears that finding the most up-to-date information on the website is challenging. I stumbled noticed a handful of relevant websites.https://www.pranalink.com/blog/post/meditation-and-mandala/?utm source=referrer&utm medium=organic is one of the websites. The majority of the website does not update regularly enough to assist me in learning more quickly. Is there anyone willing to assist?

Jeannie

Your mandalas are great! I’ve crocheted your Boho Chic Mandala, but I didn’t see it mentioned in this post. Also, is the Chateau Mandala pattern available?

Karen

Oh my goodness, I won the raffle! Feeling so blessed to have your mandala in pride of place on my craft studio wall very soon . I’m such a lucky lucky lady! 💖

Kerridwen Niner

These are all lovely and when i don't have several wip's waiting for completion i shall start another one, or maybe i won't wait lol

Marylin Ollivier

Hi Lucy Mandala Madness indeed! I suffer from that chronically. LOL I paint and draw and design mandala for my own pleasure and mandalas for 'inner' work. I've crocheted a few, but not on a hoop. So you just triggered my obsession and I will be searching out hoops now for sure. Mandalas are my therapy and very revealing. I have years of DK leftovers from your blanket patterns and what better way than some serious mandala making. I get happy just thinking about it. Anyone interested in some mandala magic study check out https://www.juliegibbons.com/ She has been a fav of mine for many years.
Hugs, MO

Charlotte Pountney

Really love you mandalas with the six pointed snowflake or flower motif in the centre...if you made them hexagonal rather than round, they would make a gorgeous blanket...

Barbara

I have lost count of how many mandalas I have made.They are very addictive!

Jeanette

I've enjoyed it very much, THANK YOU!!!!

Rachel

Ah I like seeing the designs all in one place, good idea Lucy!
I must make one sometime. I think I prefer the hoops to the mat kind.

Ellie Williams

Lucy, your mandalas are so lovely,
You mentioned doilies, I have some that my mum made years ago (she died in the 1990’s) they are made with very fine crochet cotton and she used small steel crochet hooks, they hold lots of memories of my mum especially as she taught me to crochet.
Ellie.

Kathleen

Thank you Lucy for all your colour sharing - all the way from Australia 🇦🇺 I’m so excited that you are blogging everyday in October - it’s the most exciting part of my day during lockdown 😍

Abby

Such pretty colours and designs. I will try one when the baby blanket is complete.

Jane McLellan

Wow!

Louise

I am a big mandala fan (or mandoilies as I like to sometimes call them!). I only have a couple of small ones attached to hoops at the moment but have some more big hoops waiting to be mandala'd up in my craft cupboard! I really love your colour brain. You have an awesome knack for putting colours together in a way that sings. Very inspiring!

Tineke

I remember your enthusiasm over the workshops and the magnificent place you gave them. And, of course, the mandala trees. Lovely to hear it will be part of Helen's raffle, may it raise loads of money for her charity.

CJ

So pretty, I particularly love the dream catcher mandalas. The chateau looks like it's in amazing spot, I'd love to go to the Alps one day. CJ xxCJ

Gill Compigne-Leaney

Absolutely beautiful, what glorious colour, it really does shout of happiness. I will be trying one of these soon. Thank you for sharing and I am so envious of your trip to the Alps.

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