Crochet mandalas can be as intricate and beautiful as your imagination allows.
Below are 13 free crochet Mandala patterns you can make as is or change it up a bit to suit your own personal style!!
Each pattern is designed to be used with 8ply/dk weight yarn and would be suitable for cotton or cotton blended yarn.
Designer: Anna Nilsson
Stitches used: Basic stitches + fptr , fpdc , fpsc , bpsc , pic , dc3tog , puff
S – 44 cm / 17″
L – 64 cm / 25″
Blocking is recommended for this pattern.
If the website is not working, you can access the pattern here.
My Grapevine Mandala
- The below photos are the small version of the Grapevine Mandala that I made.
- I partially blocked it as the first photo shows, which I found was enough to straighten it out.
- It is 39cm diameter, but may turn out bigger if I was to block it properly.
- I was very happy with the result.
- This pattern is more complicated than I’m used to, but I managed it without any problems 😊
- Definitely worth the time!!
- I used Ice Yarns Alara 8ply cotton blend. It took less than a ball of each colour. I think it would be nice in 100% cotton also.
These circular patterns are made by crocheting stitches in a repeating pattern, building on each other to create a stunning finished piece. The beauty of crochet mandalas lies in their versatility and endless possibilities for customization.
One of the best things about crochet mandalas is that they can be made in any color combination, size, or style. This means that they can be tailored to fit any home decor, personal taste, or occasion.
Additionally, crochet mandalas can be used in a variety of ways, such as wall hangings, table centerpieces, or even as part of a larger crochet project.
Designer: Marjan Hoebeke-Pfaff
Stitches used: basic stitches + tr3tog
- You’ll find this pattern in 4 parts linked from the ravely site.
- There is also a paid pdf version available.
- Lovely pattern, perfect for lots of colour.
Crochet mandalas can be a great way to relax and unwind…depending on the complexity of your pattern of course!! 😁.
Designer: Evelin Karu
Stitches used: Basic stitches + dtr , fpsc , fphdc , fptrtr , dtr.fpdc.dtr.3tog , fptr.fpdc.fptr.3tog , fpdtr.fpdc.fpdtr.3tog , fptrtr.fpdc.fptrtr.3tog , popcorn , puff
40 cm / 15¾”
This is quite an advanced pattern. Blocking is recommended.
Designer: Ashley K/LoveandLoop.com
Stitches used: Basic stitches + 7trcl , wtr2d , dtr2d (I have no idea what these last 2 are, but the pattern explains it 😆 )
16 cm / 6″
Essentially, crochet mandalas are a beautiful and versatile form of crochet that offer endless possibilities for customization and creativity, whether you are a seasoned crocheter or a beginner.