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Club Tropicana Mandala

By: Miki SFMGS from sfmgs.co.uk
Club Tropicana Mandala
Club Tropicana Mandala
This image courtesy of sfmgs.co.uk

From the blogger: "Crochet this pretty and bright floral motif mandala to beat the January Blues using a simple combination of treble crochet (US dc) stitches and chains with this free crochet mandala pattern. In a little homage to the late, great George, this one is called Club Tropicana. It is a smaller design; but, this pattern is super cute and makes nice use of treble (US dc) clusters to make shells. It is made using a 5mm hook and DK yarn, this crochet mandala is made using 11 rounds."

Easy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size8 inches

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Mandalas are so versatile. Use them as wall hangings, table centerpieces, trivets, or protective sofa or chair arm covers, which adds a ton of interest to your decor. There are so many different looks and patterns to be found on the internet. They are quite satisfying to work up!

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