Mandalas keep trending for so many years now. They became popular when the Western world started to be interested in the Middle East. The origin of mandalas is in India but nowadays everything can be a mandala. All the flowers are the inspirations for this beautiful and magical decorations. Lately it became very common to make dream catcher mandalas or use a metal ring as a base. There are many kinds of mandalas. You can decide on an intricate and rich design, or go simple. All mandalas are amazing, doesn’t matter the style! Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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Peony Dream CAL Free Crochet Pattern

This magnificent lacy design is inspired by a peony flower. Peonies can go in so many colors: pink, red, purple. The only question is what colours did you remember from that fast glance on the flower. As you can see you can find conceptions everywhere! Just look around and choose your source of the next crochet pattern idea.

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  • DESIGNED by Lifestyle by Ella CAL; this versions by latierdemarielaure and elisabethlaitila
  • PROJECT TYPE mandala
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

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Peony Dream free crochet pattern 3

 

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Peony Dream

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Dream Catcher Free Crochet Pattern

This is a typical dream catcher shape made on a circle. Like this you only have to think what do you want to compose inside, as the frame is already set. The middle of the mandala is flower alike but all the rest inside that circle is just a pure fun of creation! The colors look like a blue pond in a park somewhere in Japan, surrounded by pink flowers. Fancy holidays?

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  • DESIGNED by The Loopy Stitch
  • PROJECT TYPE mandala
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

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Dream Catcher free crochet pattern

 

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Dream Catcher

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The Four Seasons Mandala CAL Free Crochet Pattern

The first mandala looks like fire! On the other hand the second one represents water. This amazing powers are contradicting each other, yet can coexist as a crochet design. It’s just a color that is telling us so much – there is an idea behind each mandala – it’s for you to find!

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  • DESIGNED by Ana Morais Soares
  • PROJECT TYPE mandala
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

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The Four Seasons Mandala CAL free crochet pattern

 

 

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The Four Seasons Mandala CAL

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Connie’s Ray of Hope CAL Free Crochet Pattern

A combination of blue and yellow looks very oriental for me. It’s like all those amazing Indian dresses from the bollywood movies. When the dancers move, their dresses open up and twist creating beautiful patterns on the dance floor. The effect can be as stunning as our mandalas.

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  • DESIGNED by The Loopy Stitch, this version by SaturatedLifeCro
  • PROJECT TYPE mandala
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate 

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Connie's Ray of Hope free crochet pattern

 

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Connie’s Ray of Hope

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GrapeVine Mandala Free Crochet Pattern

This is how a simple mandala looks like. There is just one color but there is still a lot of intricate work to be done in order to create this beautiful lacy design. It’s a great wall decoration. Think how well it will go with a bohemian style!

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  • DESIGNED by Anna Nilsson
  • PROJECT TYPE mandala
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate 

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GrapeVine Mandala free crochet pattern 2

 

 

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GrapeVine Mandala

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