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Mini Mandala

By: Inessa Medina from
Mini Mandala
Mini Mandala

"This little mandala was inspired by a ripe box of fresh peaches! You can make it into a piece of wall art or use it as a washcloth or dish scrubby. The mandala uses 5 different colors of cotton yarn and works up in less than a half hour. You could make a bunch of these to give as gifts or to keep for yourself! Be sure to have a tapestry needle on hand as there are a few loose ends to weave in after you finish crocheting. I provide a photo tutorial to help with the trickier parts of construction."


Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeGauge isn't needed for this project

Finished SizeApproximately 5 inches in diameter

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Thank you so much for your input and kind words! I love to hear how I could improve my patterns or how others would use the finished product. I'm really grateful to be a part of this kind crocheting community!

I am seeing mandala patterns a lot and I think that they are very beautiful. The mini mandala may be the way to go just to get one under my belt. I love patterns that have a lot of color but I don't like the yarn changes. So, if I start with a small item, I may feel comfortable going forward with a larger pattern that requires color changes.

I hope that this pattern helps you get your mandala making underway! I struggled a lot with mandala patterns with overlay crochet but I was so determined to learn. When the technique finally clicked I created this pattern. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment on the blog!

What a stink'in cute design! I love the fact that the color choices were inspired by one of my favorite fruits too. I have never tried the overlay stitches shown but I will give them a go. I can see so many possibilities with this pattern... an embellishment for a greeting card...a kitchen sink scrubbie...a face washcloth along with a handmade bar of soap as a small gift for a special friend. Mandalas seem to be all the rage right now so we'll be right in style no matter how we use it!

This pattern looks stunning yet is so simple to crochet. This may not be for a true beginner but if you have the desire a beginner could be very successful in crocheting this cute mini mandala. I love the colors the designer selected. This project is great for scrap busting.

What a pretty little project! I can easily see the peach colors that inspired this pattern. Looks like a trip to the craft store is in order to fill in what colors I dont already have. I really appreciate the designer posting the photos of the tricky part of the pattern. Ive already worked a similar pattern so I was already familiar with the overlay stitches. Ill have to think of some good uses for this design, too.

This mini mandala is so cute. Love those bright and brilliant colors. This could be used as a potholder or cozy for your kitchen. Crochet with some of the new scrubby yarns and it could be a dishcloth. This is a little project but several of the steps can be a little tricky especially for a beginner crocheter.

Oh my gosh these mini mandalas are beautiful! They truly are a work of art. I so understand how art is inspired by real life. I can see the mint green recycled cardboard container that the peaches are stacked inside of. The subtle nuances of the coloration of the peach comes out in the mandala beautifully! Indeed they would make great kitchen scrubbies, stacked near the sink, maybe even in a green ceramic container just like the cardboard one pictured.


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