Meu Mundo Mandala in White

 Some months ago I made a brown and beige mandala with a pattern of Meu Mundo Craft. The pattern was gorgeous, the yarn too, but somehow the combination of the two didn't turn out as expected. The colors didn't really match with my living room, although I only use natural materials in my whole house. After giving it some thought I decided to give the mandala away to someone who really liked it, because making it took too much time and effort to put it in the attic.

Every now and then I thought about making a new one, but I don't really like to make the same thing twice. Especially not when time between both projects is short. But last week I bought a Monstera for my all white bedroom and thought something white on the wall would make it even better. Suddenly the mandala popped up in my mind, an all white one for my bedroom instead of one for the living room. Great idea, that gave me the inspiration to finish it in just one week. So it already hangs.



From another angle.

 Take a look at James, our four months old kitten that already has grown so much. He's such a little rascal; climbing the curtains, excavate the plants, scratching the couch and here, just before he jumped into the mandala to hang from it. But oh, how much we love him, this sweet little ball of hair.



Pattern: Meu Mundo Mandala by Meu Mundo Craft

You can enlarge the pattern by clicking on the graph and download it. When you open the downloaded picture, you can enlarge it by clicking on the zoom icon.

Yarn: Katia Capri in white by Katia




The Velvet Fox from last week was featured by Creative Jewish Mom, Sew Can Do and My Bijou Life


The Smoothie Bowl was featured by Creative Jewish Mom



  1. OMG!! This is just stunning! It must take a lot of patience and hardwork to make something as pretty and intricate as this! Thanks for sharing this at our #HomeMattersParty

  2. Wow, this is gorgeous, and amazing that you finished it so quickly! How large is your hoop, and what size hook did you use, I see the yarn which I can get, standard mercerized cotton mostly made in Turkey....thanks so much! And thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

    1. Hi Sara,
      For this mandala I used Katia Capri and a 4mm hook. The hoop has a diameter of 1 meter.
      For the mandala that I made a couple of months ago I used Scheepjes Whirl, also with a 4mm hook.
      Have a great day and see you next week at the party.

  3. This is just stunning, I have a friend who has embraced her creative side during lockdown and am going to set this as a challenge for her.

  4. Oh my goodness, you've made two of these! WOW! I love it in the white, very classy. It's modern but vintage at the same time, just lovely - you just need to keep that kitten away from it!

    1. Haha, it's a real challenge to keep the kitten away from things. He's really, really fast. So naughty. Hopefully he will calm down a little when he gets older.

  5. Oh it's gorgeous - I love it! I hope your kitty enjoyed it too! ;)

  6. It's beautiful!

  7. It's gorgeous - you are very talented! Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ's.

  8. Wow !! That's brilliant. Totally loving it.
    Thank you for sharing with us at Meraki Link Party.
    Much love

  9. Very pretty project! Thanks for sharing with us on our Embracing Home and Family link-up party!


  10. Gorgeous! This will be featured in this week’s Creative Compulsions.


  11. This is simply stunning! I admire your patience to make it as I know it must have been a lot of work, but worth it because it's a labor of love! Thank you so much for sharing it with us at Farmhouse Friday!

  12. Oh naughty James. Perhaps he thought you had made it for him. Thanks for joining in Ginx Woolly Linx Party for November


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