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Beautiful Design Mandala Spring Flowers – FREE CROCHET PATTERN

Spring Flowers Mandala

This mandala design was created last spring, when everything around started to bloom. This mandala is quick to make, most of stitches are rather simple. Depends on your yarn, but if it is similar to my used Scheepjes Catona, then it will be beautiful doily for table. Also it can be framed and used as a wall hanging decoration.

Skill level: easy
Size: approx. 19 cm in diameter

Introduction

Materials

For written pattern I used this yarn – Scheepjes Catona, 50 g = 125 m

  • Color S (sage green) – 212 Sage Green
  • Color F (fir green) – 525 Fir
  • Color G (grey) – 074 Mercury
  • Color A (amethyst) – 240 Amethyst

Crochet hook size 2,5 mm

Framed Mandala:

Mandala Wall Decor

You can find these materials and tools here:

Scheepjes Catona yarn: https://amzn.to/3VsA4yo
Crochet hook: https://amzn.to/3AQIyG6

Abbreviations

US notation is used.

ch – chain
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
st – stitch
slst – slipstitch
lsc – long single crochet
hdc – half double crochet
htc – half treble crochet
dc3tog – three double crochet cluster

Mandala Pattern

Round 1:
With F yarn start into magic ring with ch 3 (counts as dc), 11 dc. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with invisible join. (12 dc)

Round 2:
With S yarn start in any space between stitches. ch 1 (counts as sc), ch 1, *1 sc into space between dc on round 1, ch 1* repeat 11 times. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with slst. (12 “sc+ch”)

Round 3:
With A yarn start in one of the ch spaces. dc3tog (ch 2 counts as start of dc3tog cluster), ch 2, *dc3tog into ch space, ch 2* repeat 11 times. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with slst. (12 “dc3tog + ch2”)

Round 4:
With G yarn start in one of the ch spaces. ch 3 (counts as dc), 3 dc, *4 dc into the ch space* repeat 11 times. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with invisible join. (12 “4 dc” = 48 dc)


Round 5:
With F yarn start in first st of any 4 dc group. ch 1 (counts as sc), 3 sc, 1 long sc into into the top of dc3tog on round 3, *4 sc, 1 long sc into the top of dc3tog on round 3* repeat 11 times. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with invisible join. (12 “4 sc+1 lsc”)

Round 6:
With A yarn start in any st. ch 3 (counts as dc), 59 dc. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with invisible join. (60 dc)

Round 7:
With F yarn start in any st. ch 1 (counts as sc), 59 sc. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with invisible join. (60 sc)

Round 8:
With G yarn start in any st. ch 1 (counts as sc), ch 2, skip 1, *1 sc, ch 2, skip 1* repeat 29 times. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with slst. (30 “sc+ch2”)

Round 9:
With F yarn start in any ch 2 space. ch 3 (counts as dc), 2 dc into chain space, *3 dc into chain space* repeat 29 times. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with invisible join. (30 “3 dc” = 90 dc)

Round 10:
With S yarn start in any st. ch 3 (counts as dc), ch 1, skip 1, *dc, skip 1, ch 1* repeat 44 times. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with slst. (45 “dc+ch1”)

Round 11:
All stitches will be done into round below (round 9). With A yarn start with ch 3 (counts as dc) into any sc from round 9, which was skipped on round 10. Skip 1, ch 1, *dc, skip 1, ch 1* repeat 44 times. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with slst. (45 “dc+ch1”)

Round 12:
With F yarn start in any ch space. ch 3 (counts as dc) into ch spaces of rounds 10 and 11, taking both together, 2 dc into the same space, *into next ch space of rounds 12 and 11 together -3 dc* repeat 44 times. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with invisible join. (135 dc)

Round 13:
With A yarn start in any st. ch 1 (counts as sc), 134 sc. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with invisible join. (135 sc)

Round 14:
With F yarn start in any st. ch 1 (counts as sc), 134 sc. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with invisible join. (135 sc)

Round 15:
With S yarn start in any st. ch 1 (counts as sc), ch 3, skip 2, sc, skip 1, ch 1, *sc, ch 3, skip 2, sc, skip 1, ch 1* repeat 26 times. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with slst. (27 “sc+ch3+sc+ch1”)

Round 16:
With G yarn start in first st of any ch 3 space. ch 2 (counts as hdc), crochet shell into ch 3 space: dc, htc, dc, hdc; crochet sc into ch 1 space, *shell (hdc, dc, htc, dc, hdc) into ch 3 space, sc into ch 1 space* repeat 26 times. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with invisible join. (27 “shell hdc-dc-htc-dc-hdc + sc”)

Round 17:
With F yarn start in first st of any shell. ch 1 (counts as sc), sc, 3 sc into one st, sc, sc, long sc into ch 1 space on round 10. *sc, sc, 3 sc into one st, sc, sc, long sc into ch 1 space on round 10* repeat 26 times. Fasten off yarn. Join with start of the round with invisible join. (216 sc)

Weave in yarn ends. After finishing the mandala, I recommend doing blocking with iron. Put mandala with wrong side up. Put wet towel on top. Iron shortly.

Pattern Copyright by Lyjo Lelijo. All rights reserved. Please do not copy or share the pattern in full or in parts. You may sell finished items, only if you mention Lyjo Lelijo as the designer.

Additional Resources

Printable PDF pattern (including crochet diagram and photos of each steps, color schema, uncolored schema for planning your design).

You can buy it:

Youtube short video with step by step:

Blocking mandala with iron and wet towel:

Framing mandala:

Happy Crocheting!

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