Radiant Rose Mandala Doily
"The beauty of traditional Irish lace crochet gets a fresh, updated look in the gorgeous Radiant Rose Mandala Doily! This elegant yet fun-to-make doily is the perfect design for experimenting with color combinations. Let your imagination run wild and create your own delightful masterpiece!"
Crochet Hook5 or 1.9 mm hook (steel)
Finished SizeAbout 11
- Size 10 Crochet Cotton Thread
- 1.90mm steel hook
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May 05, 2020
This Radiant Rose Mandala Doily is just stunning. I love crocheting with #10 thread and I can't wait to crochet this beauty. Thank you so much for sharing this free pattern.
May 31, 2019
This designer is amazing and this pattern is another stunner. I have added it to my ever growing list of to-do's.
Oct 31, 2018
This designer has created the most amazing designs, many of which are worked in crochet thread. If you look on her website, youll find that most of her thread designs are made to be framed. Thats certainly an option with this project, but if I were tackling this lovely doily, Id want it front and center on my coffee table. Its not that fiddly but if you want something heirloom quality, you might consider this.
Jun 18, 2017
This is an amazing pattern! I love the color combination, and the pattern looks easy to follow. I enjoy working on projects that are a little more difficult like this. When I finish a project like this, it gives me a great sense of having done something worthwhile. This is an excellent addition to my list of patterns to make.
Mar 16, 2017
Very pretty. My great grandmother used to make delicate doilies like this. I think I may give this one a try. I noticed that when I washed my great grandmothers doilies that they shrunk quite a bit. It really changed the shape of them. Blocking was no help. Do you have any tips on what I could try to prevent that from happening in the future?
Jan 21, 2017
First things first, this is such a beautiful mandala style doily. Really, really pretty. It looks intimidating, but after reading through the pattern it is totally doable for a person who knows basics of crochet. My tip to you is, do what you can to not lose your place in working your rounds. There are twenty three of them!
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