Crochet Sun Blossom Mandala Doily Pattern

Crochet Sun Blossom Mandala Doily Pattern

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Crochet Sun Blossom Doily Example 3

Crochet Sun Blossom Doily Example 3

Crochet Sun Blossom Mandala Doily Pattern

The Crochet Sun Blossom Alternative Mandala Doily is an adaptation from the original Sun Blossom Doily by Diane Lavos for Red Heart.

I didn’t intend to create an alternative version but every crocheter can have a roadblock and you can create new alternative realities to your situation instead of giving up and trashing what you have done.

Truth is, Diane did the leg work for the mathematics. I just figured out new math to get myself into round 18 and then finish off with round 19.

The tutorial below is just for the alternative version. As I mentioned, I struggled with the original version to the point where I don’t understand how to finish it as written. I’m sorry for anyone wishing for a tutorial on the original, I just cannot do it at this time.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Sun Blossom Alternative Mandala

Crochet Sun Blossom Doily Example 2

Crochet Sun Blossom Doily Example 2

Crochet Sun Blossom Mandala Doily

Crochet Sun Blossom Mandala Doily

Original Sun Blossom Mandala Doily

The Crochet Sun Blossom Mandala has a really neat blossom near the end of the rounds. It’s an add on piece that is crocheted around.

Personally speaking, I really struggled to make my sample look like the original. So instead of giving up, I created two additional rounds so I didn’t scrap my project.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Sun Blossom Original Mandala Doily

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