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The Webster Mandala Scarf with a FREE Crochet Pattern!

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Are you a part of the Lion Brand Mandala Yarn craze? I’m sure if you’ve browsed the latest Instagram post of your favorite maker. Or if you’re a part of a crochet Facebook group. Then I know you have likely seen the gorgeous Mandala cakes!

There are so many color options and the amount you get is incredible! The texture of this yarn is super soft and it glides easily through your hands too! No scratchy or too slippery material here.

If you want to get your hands on Mandala for yourself or if you’re looking for a specific color, head over to the Lion Brand site by CLICKING HERE! There are 16 different colors and each one of them is equally as beautiful as the last.

The color I used for this design was ‘WIZARD’ I love how stunning the pigment is and I can’t emphasize enough how beautiful this yarn is!

Before you become too intimidated by this pattern, please note, it just LOOKS hard but it is super easy!

MATERIALS:

  • 1 Mandala Yarn Cake
  • H hook
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors

PATTERN:

CLUSTER STITCH PATTERN:

*YO, insert hook into ST and draw up a loop to height of a DC, YO and draw through 2 loops; rep from * twice more in the same ST, YO and draw through 4 loops. CL made!

CH 53

Row 1 – In the 4th CH from the hook place a DC. * CH 1 and skip the next ST. DC into the next ST. Repeat from * all the way across ending with a DC in the last ST. CH 4. Turn.

Row 2 – Place a DC into the next DC. CH 1. DC into the next DC. * CH 5 and skip over the next 2 DC. Place a CL (cluster) into the next DC. CH 5 and skip the next 2 DC. DC into the next 2 DC. Repeat from * all the way across ending with a DC in the 3rd CH of the previous row’s CH 4. CH 4. Turn.

Row 3 – Place a DC into the next DC. CH 1. DC into the next DC. *CH 4. SC around the CH 5 space. CH 1. SC around the next CH 5 space. CH 4. DC into the next 2 DC sts. Repeat from * across ending with a DC in the 3rd CH of the previous row’s CH 4. CH 4. Turn,

Row 4 – Place a DC into the next DC. CH 1. DC into the next DC. * CH 4. SC into the next SC. SC into the CH 1 space. SC into the next SC. CH 4. DC into the next 2 DC sts. Repeat from * across ending with a DC in the 3rd CH of the previous row’s CH 4. CH 4. Turn.

Row 5 – Place a DC into the next DC. CH 1. DC into the next DC. * CH 5. Skip the first SC. CL into the next SC. CH 5 and skip the next SC. DC into the next 2 DC sts. Repeat from * across ending with a DC in the 3rd CH of the previous row’s CH 4. CH 4. Turn.

Row 6 – Place a DC into the next DC. CH 1. DC into the next DC. *DC/CH 1/DC/CH 1 around the CH 5 space. DC into the next 2 DC sts. Repeat from * across ending with a DC in the 3rd CH of the previous row’s CH 4. CH 4. Turn.

Row 7 & 8 – Place a DC into the next DC. * CH 1. DC into the next DC.  Repeat from * across ending with a DC in the 3rd CH of the previous row’s CH 4. CH 4. Turn.

You will continue with this repeat (rows 2 – 8) until you run out of yarn! Super simple and easy.

Be sure you block your piece. The reason is so that these gorgeous spidery stitches can look their best! If you make a Webster Mandala scarf of your own, be sure to use the tag #yhnfashion so we can see your gorgeous work!

7 thoughts on “The Webster Mandala Scarf with a FREE Crochet Pattern!

  1. Love this design and am trying to make it. Can you please clarify how cluster stitch is done? It isn’t described in the pattern. Thanks!

  2. Could you please send me the instructions for the cluster stich, looked thru the pattern but did not see it. Loves this can’t wait to make it thanks patty

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