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Mega granny mandala

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Granny mandalas are fun to make and look great in your home. You can make this mega granny mandala in any colour way you want. I made mine in rich reds, greens and gold with a few silver highlights. Making a granny circle is not as easy as it seems. Getting the increases right is quite tricky - this pattern has worked out all the maths for you so you can relax and crochet away. Detailed instructions are given for each of the 32 rounds, including details of my colour choices. I've also added detailed photographs so that you can look at each round as you read the pattern. The pdf has the pattern in UK crochet terms (pages 1-7) and in US crochet terms (pages 8-14. You can also check out some of my other patterns for sale here on Craftsy. Good luck and if you need any help, contact me on Facebook. I'm Crafternoon Treats on there xxx BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY How to crochet a basic circle GAUGE After the first six rounds, your circle should measure 15cm (6 inches) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sizing: The mega granny mandala measures 66cm (26 inches) in diameter. Tension: After the first six rounds, your circle should measure 15cm (6 inches) Yardage/meterage: 550 metres for the entire mandala, or 600 yds. SUGGESTED YARN 600 yards of DK weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Stylecraft Special DK COLORWAY Colours given in pattern

Recommended with this pattern

  • Small amounts of several different colours of yarn - in total 2 x 100 g balls worth
  • Crochet hook size 3.5mm/E/size 4

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Crafternoon Treats
Crafternoon Treats
Hi, I'm Kathryn Senior and I am a crochet addict, maker and designer with my own blog at crafternoontreats.com. I write regularly for the Craftsy Crochet blog and I love writing patterns and tutorials :)