Turn your leftover yarn into a beautiful mandala blanket!
This is a gorgeous design and it’s versatile; the color scheme is up to you! Where once you had odds and ends and skeins of yarn here and there you can now have a beautiful work of fiber art! It’s a giant mandala and a stunning one at that.
If you’ve previously crocheted mandalas as doilies, coasters, trivets, potholders, wall hangings and the like, this is the time to be expansive! This mandala throw would also make a wonderful gift, too. And even if you don’t have a yarn stash, you can pick your favorite colors and make a one of a kind blanket
This is the perfect pattern for that kind of creative, quasi-free form project. It’s also free! It’s the “Lotus Throw” by designer Regina Weiss of Morale Fiber. She gives you everything you need to successfully complete this project. Check out her blog where you’ll get all the details. You’ll even find a link to download the pdf file for free at Ravelry!
And as for stash busting, Craftsy has a very informative article about the different types of yarn you might be finding in your yarn stash and what to do with them. You can check out the article by clicking here (affiliate link). Lots of actionable tips that may yield some new and exciting crochet projects!
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Now for even more wonderful free patterns and tutorials for blankets, granny squares, afghan squares and afghans be sure to check out some of our other favorites that we’ve previously featured right here at Crochet Maze!
As always, happy crocheting!
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