My Nameless... Mayan Mandala Kit in Stylecraft Special DK
My Nameless... was designed by the ever talented Helen Shrimpton, normally when Helen is designing a new pattern, a name and the reason come strongly to her. This time, although there were feelings and ideas, nothing stood out hence My Nameless was born.
Helen created this blanket in our bestselling Stylecraft Special DK yarn and used a colour pallet of bright blues, purples, pinks and yellows and is named Mayan Mandala.
Created by using a Mandala/circle, with a lovely new stitch Helen designed called Puff Daisies. The design then flows out like ripples in time, with petals, pyramids and points. There is a video tutorial to help with the slightly tricky part of working around the Puff Daisies which you can find here.
This pack includes 20 x 100g balls of Stylecraft Special DK in the following shades:
- 5 x Graphite
- 2 x Cream
- 2 x Lapis
- 2 x Shrimp
- 2 x Lavender
- 2 x Fuchsia Purple
- 2 x Turquoise
- 2 x Lincoln
- 1 x Saffron
- 1 x PDF Pattern
- color way
- paper patterns
- Helen Shrimpton
My nameless Mayan mandala
I absolutely love this kit! I have been working on it for a while and have 3 rows left. The tutorials and online instructions are very clear and helpful.......I used the video instructions for the flower and they were also very clear and concise. The colours work well together and there is ample wool left for tassels. All in all I thoroughly enjoyed making and it will stay looking lovely for many years as the quality is very good.
Nameless Mayan mandala
I am having great difficulty with the daisies I have given it up,but the stylecraft yarn is good so I am using it on something else.
My Nameless... Mayan Mandala Kit purchase
Thank you very much for i received my order without any troubles, i can't wait to start crocheting
Although I have not done this one yet have done the rosslyn rose in the color way Happy and I love it that is why I ordered this one. Rest assured that I love your yarns and especially your kits --thanks Emma
Nameless Mayan mandala Kit
The item was too difficult for me and I have been crocheting for many years, I also like paper patterns as it seems easier to follow.