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Trinity Mandalas Part 2
US Terminology
a design by
Esther Dijkstra

Trinity Mandalas ©2019 Esther Dijkstra – It’s all in a Nutshell
Welcome
Hello and welcome to Trinity Mandalas . I hope you will love making these mandalas , I know I
enjoyed designing them.
Have you ever been challenged to do something, and then were amazed at what you did? This is
what happened to me with these mandalas . Dedri from Look at what I made set me a challenge, she
said take 10 random colors and design a mandala. She also said that if I work more than 4 rounds
without having to chart it out or frog, that I should rip those rounds back and start again. She also
told me to change colors every round, or two rounds max, to allow for maximum freedom in color
placement.
Quite a challenge , and the result is the 3 mandalas you find in this pattern. Dedri gave me a lot of
feedback during the design process and I am most grateful to her for her help.
The pattern is divided into 3 parts; in part 1 you make the small mandala, in part 2 you grow the
small mandala to become the medium mandala, and in part 3 you grow the medium mandala to
become the large mandala. I have designed these 3 mandalas to be hung together, but if you want
to make just one in any of the 3 sizes you are most welcome.
I hav e made 3 video tutorials to help you every step of the way. I hope the videos make it possible
for everyone to make these mandalas .
I would love to see your work. Feel free to tag me on Instagram, or use #itsallinanutshell to help me
find it. You can also join my Facebook group to show your work.
With love,
Esther



Blog www.itsallinanutshell.com
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Trinity Mandalas ©2019 Esther Dijkstra – It’s all in a Nutshell
Version Control
Version 1 – Original.

Materials
Scheepjes Catona, 50g/125m
 1 x A – 130 Old Lace
 1 x B – 403 Lemonade
 1 x C – 208 Yellow Gold
 1 x D – 205 Kiwi Green
 1 x E – 246 Icy Pink
 1 x F – 398 Colonial Rose
 1 x G – 413 Cherry Pink
 1 x H – 397 Cyan Blue
 1 x I – 400 Petrol Blue
 1 x J – 110 Jet Black

Dreamcatcher / mandala rings:
 1 x 15cm / 6”
 1 x 30cm / 12”
 1 x 50cm / 19” or 20” (see pattern notes)

3mm hook

Trinity Mandalas ©2019 Esther Dijkstra – It’s all in a Nutshell
Abbreviations & special stiches
Please note that US Crochet Terminology is used for this pattern.
bpdc back post double crochet
bpsc back post single crochet
ch chain
ch -sp (s) chain space (s)
dc double crochet
fptr front post treble crochet
fpdtr front post double treble
fptr2tog 2 front post treble crochet worked together
hdc half double crochet
st(s) stitch (es)
sc single crochet
ss slip stitch
tr treble crochet
tr3tog 3 treble crochet worked together

tr-popcorn 5tr in same st, remove hook from working loop, insert in first tr and pick up working
loop, pull working loop through first tr, ch1
X-st skip first st, dc in next 3 sts , dc in skipped first st covering the 3 dc sts

*…; repeat from * 2/3 more times work the instructions after * and then repeat that section a
further number of times as stated
(…) 2/3 times work the instructions between ( ) the indicated number of times

Videos
There are video tutorials available for each of the 3 parts of the mandalas . These tutorials are in
English US Terms. You can find them here:
Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xL3eiuL0reg

Trinity Mandalas ©2019 Esther Dijkstra – It’s all in a Nutshell
Gauge and Size
Round Yarn (gram)
total
Yarn (gram)
per round
Diameter (cm)
1 < 1 g < 1 g
2 1g 1g 3.5 cm
3 3g 2g
4 4g 1g
5 6g 2g 9cm
6 8g 2g
7 10g 2g 11 cm
8 13 g 3g
9 15 g 2g 13 cm
10 19 g 4g 14 cm
11 21 g 3g
12 23 g 2g
13 26 g 3g 18 cm
14 28 g 2g
15 33 g 5g
16 36 g 3g 21 cm
17 41 g 5g
18 45 g 4g 23 cm
19 48 g 3g
20 54 g 4g
21 56 g 2g 27 cm
22 60 g 4g
23 62 g 2g
24 65 g 3g
25 70 g 5g
26 77 g 7g 31.5cm
27 81 g 4g
28 90 g 9g
29 96 g 6g 35 cm
30 104 g 8g
31 107 g 3g
32 117 g 10 g 40 cm
33 127 g 10 g
34 135 g 8g
35 139 g 4g 43 cm
36 149 g 10 g
37 153 g 4g 45 cm

Trinity Mandalas ©2019 Esther Dijkstra – It’s all in a Nutshell
Gauge
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 s upport 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 any difference. I suggest that you
try to pull your yarn back to make y our stitches shorter.
Golden loop video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97Vpxaf8wvk

Notes
When working the mandalas I use two ways of closing a round, either with a slip stich o r with an
invisible join. You are welcome to replace all slip stitch joins with an invisible join. However, DO NOT
replace an invisible join with a slip stitch join because then the next round will be less pretty.

I start each round with a standing stitch. Feel free to replace any standing stitch with the
corresponding number of chain stitches, for ex ample a double crochet with ch3.

Color J (Black) is only used to connect the mandalas to the rings.

The pattern is designed to be made with a 50cm ring for t he large mandala. 50cm is approximately
19” or 20”, depending on how you convert. Both are fine to use with this pattern. If you have an 18”
ring, it is best to stop at Round 33, when your mandala is about 40cm (16”), and then finish the
mandala by joining it to the ring.

Trinity Mandalas ©2019 Esther Dijkstra – It’s all in a Nutshell
Color Placement
Round Small Mandala Medium Mandala Large Mandala
1 A – 130 Old Lace C – 208 Yellow Gold H – 397 Cyan Blue
2 B – 403 Lemonade F – 39 8 Colonial Rose I – 400 Petrol
3 G – 413 Cherry Pink A – 130 Old Lace D – 205 Kiwi Green
4 H – 397 Cyan Blue E – 246 Icy Pink B – 403 Lemonade
5 H – 397 Cyan Blue E – 246 Icy Pink B – 403 Lemonade
6 E – 246 Icy Pink D – 205 Kiwi Green G – 413 Cherry Pink
7 C – 208 Yellow Gold G – 413 Cherry Pink C – 208 Yellow Gold
8 E – 246 Icy Pink D – 205 Kiwi Green G – 413 Cherry Pink
9 A – 130 Old Lace A – 130 Old Lace A – 130 Old Lace
10 G – 413 Cherry Pink C – 208 Yellow Gold D – 205 Kiwi Green
11 H – 397 Cyan Blue E – 246 Icy Pink
12 C – 208 Yellow Gold D – 205 Kiwi Green
13 C – 208 Yellow Gold D – 205 Kiwi Green
14 I – 400 Petrol F – 398 Colonial Rose
15 A – 130 Old Lace A – 130 Old Lace
16 I – 400 Petrol F – 398 Colonial Rose
17 F – 398 Colonial Rose I – 400 Petrol
18 D – 205 Kiwi Green B – 403 Lemonade
19 G – 413 Cherry Pink H – 397 Cyan Blue
20 A – 130 Old Lace A – 130 Old Lace
21 G – 413 Cherry Pink H – 397 Cyan Blue
22 G – 413 Cherry Pink
23 C – 208 Yellow Gold
24 C – 208 Yellow Gold
25 C – 208 Yellow Gold
26 D – 205 Kiwi Green
27 I – 400 Petrol
28 E – 246 Icy Pink
29 H – 397 Cyan Blue
30 B – 403 Lemonade
31 F – 398 Colonial Rose
32 F – 398 Colonial Rose
33 D – 205 Kiwi Green
34 B – 403 Lemonade
35 G – 413 Cherry Pink
36 A – 130 Old Lace
37 G – 413 Cherry Pink

Trinity Mandalas ©2019 Esther Dijkstra – It’s all in a Nutshell
Pattern Part 2
Work part 2 of the medium and large mandalas using the color chart . The small and medium
mandalas will be complete at the end of part 2; the large mandala will be grown further and
completed in part 3.

Round 11
Start in any tr -popcorn with a standing tr, 4tr in the same st, *ch10, 5tr in next tr -popcorn to form a
shell; repeat from * to end omitting final 5tr. Close with invisible join . Fasten off.
[8 ch10 -sp, 8 5tr -shells]

Round 12
Start in the first of any 5tr -shell with a standing bpdc, bpdc in next 4 sts , *ch5, tr between the 2 dc
sts worked in 1 st in Round 9 covering t he ch10 -sp from R ound 11, ch5, bpdc in next 5 sts from the
shell; repeat from * to end omitting final 5 sts. Close with a ss.
[8 t r, 16 ch5 -sps, 8 5bpdc -shells ]

Round 13
Ch1 (does not count as a st), sc in same st, sc in next 4 sts , *6sc in ch5 -sp , skip next tr, 6sc in ch5 -sp,
sc in next 5 sts ; repeat from * to end, omitting final 5 sts . Close with a ss. Fasten off.
[136 sc]

Round 14
Start in the third bpdc of any shell from Round 1 2 with a standing fptr, *skip the sc immediately to
the back of the st (this is the sc worked in the third bpdc of the shell) , sc in next 16 sts , fptr in the
third bpdc from the shell from Round 11; repe at from * to end omitting the final fptr. Close with
invisible join . Fasten off.
[8 fptr, 128 sc]

Round 15
Start in any fptr with a standing dc, 2dc in same st, * bpdc in next 16 sts ; 3dc in next fptr; repeat from
* to end omitting final 3 sts . Close with a ss. Fasten off.
[24 dc, 128 bpdc]

Round 16
Start in the first of any 3 dc worked in a fptr with a standing sc, sc in next 2 sts , *fptr around fptr
from Round 14, skip next st, sc in next 14 sts , fptr around next fptr from R ound 14, skip next st, sc in
next 3 sts ; repeat from * to end omitting final 3 sts . Close with a ss. Fasten off.
[16 fptr, 136 sc]

Trinity Mandalas ©2019 Esther Dijkstra – It’s all in a Nutshell
Round 17
Start in the fptr immediately after the 3 sc sts , *X -st over the next 4 sts (the fo urth st of the X -st is
made in the fptr) , (ch1, X -st over the next 4 sts ) 3 times, ch4, skip next 3 sts (these are the 3 sc
between the fptr ); repeat from * to end omitting final st. Close with a ss. Fasten off.
[32 X -sts, 8 ch4 -sp s, 24 ch1 -sps ]

Round 18
Start in any ch4 -sp with a standing sc, *tr -popcorn in second of the 3 sc sts from Round 16 that were
skipped in Round 17, sc in ch 4-sp, sc in next 4 st s, (sc in next ch1 -sp, sc in next 4 sts ) 3 times, sc in
next ch 4-sp; repeat from * to end omitting final st on last repeat . Close with a ss. Fasten off.
[8 tr -popcorn, 168 sc]

Round 19
Start in the first sc after any tr-popcorn with a standing sc, sc in next 20 sts , *3sc in tr -popcorn, sc in
next 21 sts ; repeat from * to end omitting final sts on last repeat. Close with invisible join . Fasten off.
[192 s c]

Round 20
Start in any st with a standing bpdc, bpdc in next st to end. Close with a ss. Fasten off.
[192 bpdc]

Round 21
Start in any st with a standing sc, sc in next st to end. Close with invisible join . Fasten off.
[192 sc]

Finishing medium manda la
Work away all yarn tails on both mandalas . The two mandalas are now approximately 2 7cm. Attach
the medium mandala (the second colorway) to the medium, 30cm ring with Color J (Black) . Leave
the other final mandala for the moment, we will make it bigger i n part 3.

To finish the medium mandala, attach Color J (Black) with a standing bpsc around any sc AND the
30cm ring. Work a bpsc around each sc AND the ring. Close with an invisible join on the first st.
[192 bpsc]

Work an optional hanging chain to hang the mandala. Attach Color J (Black) with a slip st in any st,
chain the number of sts needed to get the required length, close the loop with a slip st in the same st
as in which the yarn is attached. Tie a knot between the two yarn tails to secure the loop. Work
away the yarn tails.

--- END PART 2 ---
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