Sunday, 29 June 2014

Seaside Mandala


Hello.........it's happened again I've come down with another bout of mandalitis, I've made this one to send off to Lucy at 'Attic24'  for Yarndale.


This time I decided on a seaside theme for my Mandala, Sea, Sand, Candy Floss and Rock all represented in yarn, well there is nothing like a trip to see the Seaside to cheer the spirits. I used Drops Paris to make my Mandala and to tell the truth I prefer the colour combinations in this one to my Spring time mandala


Oh well I suppose there is nothing else for it I'll have to make another one for here at the Summerhouse. As before I used Barbara's wonderful pattern

Hope you are all enjoying the weekend, linking up with Nicole's 'KCCO'
Happy Crafting
Clare x

18 comments:

  1. They both look great and I like both colour combos, but I know what you mean about preferring some more than others, and they do look different in person and in different surroundings don't they. Happy crocheting! xx

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  2. I love them both and I think each one has the perfect color combination.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  3. They are really gorgeous Clare. I love your colour choices and the cotton yarn is perfect for this.
    Jacquie x

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  4. It really is evocative of the English seaside on a bright summer day - lovely! Chrissie x

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  5. Your mandalas are lovely, really pretty colours. I can't wait to see what Lucy's going to do with them all.
    Ali xx

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  6. Pretty mandalas! You did a nice job with them.

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  7. The colors really do remind me of a seaside holiday, Clare, and I love the way you have arranged them and the pattern you used. Thanks for sharing :)

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  8. Oh those mandalas are beautiful!

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  9. Love the colors! Love mandalas!

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  10. Love the colors...such eye candy!

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  11. Hello Clare
    Thank you for the lovely welcome back. Your idea about hanging crochet from loom bands sounds like a good one. Your mandalas are so pretty lovely colour combos! Very seasidey x

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  12. So P R E T T Y!
    love Jooles x x x

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  13. Love your colors, I have never thought of this as a mandala, but it's a great way to think about it.

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  14. Lovely! I must make a Mandala up in this fab pattern soon!

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  15. Ooh yes these are really gorgeous!! Well done you! I am so sorry I have been so late in getting a comment to you and I am also really wanting to know how you are keeping. I will try and get an email to you sooner rather than later. Sending you much love xoxo

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