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February’s Top 3 New Crochet Patterns: Mesmerizing Mandalas!

crochet mandala patterns Feb 2021

The word “mandala” is Sanskrit for “circle,” and it’s a sacred symbol sometimes used for meditation. Whether or not you meditate while you crochet, you’re going to LOVE the happiness these crochet mandala patterns bring when you see this month’s issue of Pattern Pack Pro! We’ve picked out the top 3 for you, but it was a tough choice! You’re going to want each and every one of the 9 in the issue, trust us!

Here are our Top 3!

1. Cristal En Cercle by Varsha V

Cristal En Cercle crochet mandala pattern

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This bright and beautiful mandala is rated easy for its simple stitch pattern. Even the special stitches needed (shell and picot) are easy to understand.

Use #3 DK cotton yarn and a size I/9 (5.5mm) hook to get a 14- to 15-inch mandala. Or experiment with your own yarn and hook sizes to create different crochet mandala variations.

Because of the nature of this pattern, you can effortlessly expand it for a larger project. This would make a beautiful tabletop doily.

2. Hula Hoop Mandala by Ana Morais Soares

Hula Hoop Mandala crochet pattern

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Despite the name, this colorful, vibrant crochet mandala is NOT the size of a hula hoop. It works up to about 11 inches in diameter if you use # 2 sport weight yarn.

This design is a great way to learn some new stitches and practice different color combinations. It's fun and approachable, but still challenging enough to hold your interest!

3. Tammy the Tortoise by Beardie and Blondie

Tammy the Tortoise crochet pattern

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What? An amigurumi pattern in the mandala issue of Pattern Pack Pro??? Yep! Because this tortoise ami has a mandala design on her shell!

Tammy is clearly a house-mom, dressed for a day of cooking and cleaning. But she's always prepared to go out with her decorative crochet mandala shell and her winning smile!

Make her with DK weight yarn in any fiber you choose. Note that the pattern is rated intermediate due to complexity — Tammy has a lot of moving pieces — but if you’re good at following directions, she’s definitely approachable to advanced beginners.

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These are just 3 of the 9 NEW Mandala crochet designs
in the February 2021 issue of Pattern Pack Pro!
(Plus there’s a roundup of mandala designs from previous issues, too!)

Pattern Pack Pro February 2021

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Abby Letner
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I'm Abby — mom of three, lifelong crocheter, voracious reader, and aspiring novelist. At some point, I was supposed to grow up ... but so far I still spend most of my time playing with books, paper, and yarn. In my mind, I live a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. My crochet speed is 1 beanie per 2 episodes of The Mandalorian. I'm beyond grateful to work with the team at Happily Hooked, and I'm excited to see where this journey takes me!

Abby Letner

www.happilyhooked.com

I'm Abby — mom of three, lifelong crocheter, voracious reader, and aspiring novelist. At some point, I was supposed to grow up ... but so far I still spend most of my time playing with books, paper, and yarn. In my mind, I live a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. My crochet speed is 1 beanie per 2 episodes of The Mandalorian. I'm beyond grateful to work with the team at Happily Hooked, and I'm excited to see where this journey takes me!

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