In Part 3 of Trinity Mandalas, we finish the last mandala of the set. At the end of part 3 you have 3 mandalas, the small one is 15cm (6″), the medium one is 30cm(12″), and the large one is 50cm(19″). The mandalas are perfect to hang against a wall or a window. Under Resources and Patterns you find the links to the written patterns in several languages, video tutorials in English, yarn kits, and support groups.
- Full Information about Trinity Mandalas
- Trinity Mandalas on Ravelry
- Full PDF pattern
- Video tutorials in one YouTube Playlist
- **Trinity Mandalas kits, including the rings**
- 3.0mm hook
- English Facebook group: Scheepjes International Group
- Dutch Facebook group: Scheepjes Nederlandse Groep
- Social Media tags #TrinityMandalas #TrinityMandalaMAL #itsallinanutshell
Pattern Part 3
Buy the full, printable PDF pattern (parts 1, 2 and 3 in one document) at a nominal fee HERE.
I have an English (US Terms) video tutorial available which shows how to make part 3 of Trinity Mandalas. I hope this video helps to give everyone the support they need. In the video description there are time stamps, so you can jump to the round you need.
Finishing Trinity Mandalas
You can hang your mandalas against a wall or a window. I have my mandalas outside in my garden against a wall. I made this wall hanger by sending my boys to the trees behind our house to go and find an old stick. My husband tapped 3 nails into it, and winded some rope around both ends. Final step was a big nail in the wall, and it’s all done.
The mandalas are designed to be approximately 10% smaller than the rings they go into. This means the small mandala is 14cm before it goes into the 15cm ring, the medium mandala is 27cm before it goes into the 30cm ring, and the large mandala is 45cm before it goes into the 50cm ring. The 10% difference is important, because the mandalas need to be stretched out when placed in the ring to ensure that they can support their own weight. If they are too large, they will be floppy and droopy when placed in the rings.
If you find that your mandalas are too big, you are most likely lifting your stitches higher than I am. I suggest you look at THIS VIDEO about the golden loop. If you are a so-called lifter, your stitches will be higher than average, and going down a hook size will not make much difference. I suggest that you try to pull your yarn back to make your stitches shorter.
I have yarn kits available for my Trinity Mandalas in my shop. The mandala kits include everything you need to make these mandalas including the printed pattern, yarn and the mandala rings. I ship internationally!
You will need 3 rings to finish the mandalas, with diameter 50cm (19″ or 20″), 30cm (12″) and 15cm (6″). We make the mandalas using a 3mm crochet hook.
If you would like to share your lovely mandalas, use the hashtag #TrinityMandalas to help me find it on Facebook or Instagram. You can also share your work in my It’s all in a Nutshell Crochet Nuts Facebook group or tag me in one of your posts.
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