Mandala Rays Coaster


Mandala Rays Coaster

Mandala Rays Coaster
Mandala Rays Coaster

From the Blogger: “I love Mandalas. There is something very soothing about making them. I make tons each year, but I have never made my own design. I thought I’d give a try the other day, and this is what I came up with. Hope you like it. Materials Yarn: Alize “diva silk effect” yarn, 100% Microfiber Acrylic (100 g), one skein of: Rose 354 (A) Cream 01 (B) Light cream 62 (C) Grey 355 (D) Hook size 3 m. Tapestry needle. Intermediate level The coaster is about 10 1/8” (26 cm) diameter”


Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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I enjoy working with motifs and I agree, they can be soothing to work with. the size of this one is pretty big. I am thinking this mandala's are a lot like what our moms and grand moms would create as a doily. Either way these are attractive and this is a beautiful design.

This is beautiful for your first attempt at making a mandala pattern. The inspiration must have come from after making all of the mandalas over the years. I have to be honest, I have yet to make one for myself. I read over the directions and it looks easy enough. This may be the first one I attempt to make.

I love the elegant and tasteful look of this! It would make a great and unique housewarming gift.

I love home decorating patterns. This is a very pretty mandala with those combinations of colors. I really like that the designer also includes a stitch chart to follow along with the written instructions. I have found that stitch charts are usually more accurate than written out patterns and they translate so well.

Very pretty and the way it's written, it's very easy to follow. I have a sister in law this would be a perfect gift for. She has hand made things thruout her home, but she always buys them. I think this, maybe in a set of six with a matching center piece would be great. I just need to keep working the pattern to enlarge it.


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