15 Free Lion Brand Mandala Yarn Patterns
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I crocheted a beautiful triangle shawl using Lion Brand’s Mandala Yarn and fell instantly in love this wonderful self striping yarn! The mandala yarn line has gown from classic Mandala to Mandala Thick & Quick and even Mandala Watercolors! Take a look and start crocheting these beautiful Mandala Yarn Patterns today! Links to the kits and free patterns when available are included.
About Mandala Yarn
Lion Brand’s Classic Mandala Yarn is a DK weight or category 3, that comes with a whopping 590 yards per cake! This yarn is 100% acrylic, machine washable and dryable with a wide selection of colors! DK weight yarns have stolen my heart as I feel they work up quickly enough and achieve the best possible drape without having to use too big of a hook or lighter yarn. Plus the mandala yarn line has expanded!
Lion Brand Mandala Yarn Types
- Mandala Sequin
- Mandala Craft Cake
- Mandala Watercolors
- Mandala Ombre
- Mandala Thick & Quick
- Mandala Sparkle
- Mandala Baby
- Classic Mandala
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1. Roux Shawl – Classic Mandala
This is the pattern that made me love Mandala Yarn and the whole reason for this post to round up other Mandala Yarn Patterns!
2. Flower Market Baby Blanket – Mandala Ombre and Color Theory
If you have been looking for a Mandala Yarn Blanket Patterns then you have to check this one out! Using Mandala Ombre in combination with Color Theory, this modern granny square baby blanket is beautiful! Make it as big as you want by adding more squares!
3. Sparkle Cake Shawl – Mandala Sparkle
This crochet triangle shawl is made with all double crochet stitches and chain spaces. A super easy free crochet pattern using Lion Brand Mandala Sparkle yarn, this pattern is beginner friendly and I am sure you will love it! Make this project now using the Free Pattern on the Sewrella Blog!
4. Sunset Flow Throw – Mandala Baby and Pima Cotton
Another beautiful blanketed made using Lion Brand’d Mandal Baby Yarn! I love how this blanket is broken up using Pima Cotton and the self striping of the Mandal is used to create a rainbow effect!
5. Swallowtail Cardigan – Classic Mandala
Alex from Two of Wands always leaves me speechless with her designs so of course when I was researching patterns for mandala yarn I had to include one of hers! Her Swallowtail Cardigan is stunning in the Warlock Color Way of Lion Brands Mandala Yarn! This cardigan is the crochet version of a knit design that was inspired by butterfly wings! I could gush about this design more but I am sure you would rather jut get started making yours. Start a Swallowtail Cardigan now or click the button above to grab a kit from Lion Brand Yarn!
6. Water Lilies Afghan – Mandala Ombre
Made using the wave stitch, this crocheted blanket afghan in Mandala Ombre is a beautiful statement piece fro you living room!
7. Adirondack Wrap – Classic Mandala
ChiWei of 1 Dog Woof makes such beautiful designs using simple shapes, remember my post “7 Free Crochet Scarf Patterns” where I included her Tangram Wrap, check it out if you don’t know what I am talking about! The Adirondack Wrap is no exception! Made from three triangles in Mandala Yarn this is sure to be a new favorite project for you to pick up while watching your favorite Netflix Shows! Make a Adirondack Wrap Now!
8. Endless Eyelets Cardi – Classic Mandala
Crochet this oversized openwork cardigan to make a light, drapey, perfect year round cardigan. Made with the trendy look of the classic granny square, while avoiding the seaming and sewing squares, great for advanced beginners on up!
9. Blanket Bag – Classic Mandala
A blanket the doubles as a bag? Need I say more? Jess from Mama in a Stitch is super creative and designed probably one of these most functional crochet patterns using Mandala Yarn or any yarn reall that I have ever seen. Cinch up this crochet blanket into a bag with everything you need for a picnic and open it back up to sit on! Wait no more, start a Blanket Bag now!
10. Mesa Ripple Blanket – Classic Mandala
Crochet the extremely easy blanket pattern that will hold your interest through the last stitch! The Mesa Ripple blanket combines two self striping yarns for color combinations that are effortless and surprising. Made with a two row repeat memorized in a flash, no two blankets will turn out exactly the same!
11. Wasilla Poncho (Adult) – Classic Mandala
Using beautiful puff stitches, clusters and more this cozy crochet poncho is easy to make and not only comes in adult but also children’s sizes! (Next Listed Pattern) Ponchos are great for any season, so start making yours now!
12. Wasilla Poncho (Child) – Classic Mandala
Things are always cuter in kids sizes right? I think this poncho would work well for a litter girl or boy, it’s all about color choices! Start making one of these ponchos for your little one today!
13.Monstera Garden Blanket – Mandala Ombre and Wool-Ease
Indulge your inner plant lover with this colorful Monstera inspired granny square blanket.
14. Easy Breezy Knit Poncho – Mandala Baby
This Easy Knit Poncho uses a basic shape to create a beautiful poncho. This design uses beginner stitches to create lacework with self striping mandala yarn.
15. Shell Wave Shawl – Mandala Baby
A simple triangle shawl made with flowing raised shell stitches forming beautiful waves that is worked top-down and features chains and front post double crochet stitches.
I hope you enjoyed all of these Free Mandala Yarn Patterns and were able to find your next DIY Crochet Project! Make sure to Sign Up for the Life and Yarn Newsletter for more free crochet patterns!