Just a little bit more madness for you all.
Some of you may have seen the stunningly gorgeous Mandala Madness that Ineke Mooijenkind, from Gouda in the Netherlands made.
It is the most beautiful black and white mandala.
I know that many people like everything square, and so Ineke has done the most amazing job of squaring Mandala Madness.
The pattern has not been tested, so if you do come across any problems or mistakes, please let us know so that we can correct it.
The square up works by building up the 4 corners separately, sorry but there are quite a few ends to work away, but Ineke also gives a hint on how to make it easy for you.
Then you will work around the entire mandala to complete this amazing addition to Mandala Madness.
For all the parts of the Mandala Madness CAL just click the link and it will take you to the main page.
♥ Yarn requirements for the square up
You will need approx 25% of the original amount you used.
To work that out, add up the total metres/yards you used to part 18, divide by 4 and that is how much more you will need 🙂
The instructions are available for you to download, but are only in English with US terms.
♥ PDF downloads
♥ US terms
For the translated versions of the Square up, please click on the links here and it will take you straight to your preferred language. With no need to scroll down further on this page.
And another HUGE thank you to the awesome team of translators, from the CAL – Crochet A Long Facebook group, for the fantastic job they have done with all the translations. ♥
More translations will be added as they become available.
With thanks to Sylvianne for the French translation, and to Sabine Hoffmann for the German translation
♥ This pattern is written by Ineke as an addition to Mandala Madness, she has done this with my blessing. But the copy right belongs to Ineke Mooijenkind, please do not copy or alter in any way. ♥
I would like to thank Ineke for the amazing job she has done ♥
For details of the yarn used for Ineke’s Black and White Mandala Madness and the square up, please see Ineke’s Ravelry project page.