Crochet Mistral Mandala

crochet mandala workshop

We love the current fashion for crocheted mandalas and how you can use them to play with colour and experiment with stitches. We have persuaded the lovely  Eleonora aka Coastal crochet to design and run this workshop for us so you can share the fun. The mandala is made in  just 11 rounds, the perfect size for a workshop, and  can be placed inside a wooden ring and used as a hanging decoration.




25 Mar 2024


9:30 am - 12:30 pm

What will we cover?

During the workshop Eleonora will work through the crochet pattern with you building on your pattern reading skills. You’ll learn all the new stitches you may not have mastered before and can enjoy making your own colour selections based on the choices you have brought with you. It will be great to see and learn from the colour selections of your fellow students too.

How will I be taught?

You will be taught face to face in our light and airy studio inspired by all the colourful makes around you. Eleonora is an experienced, friendly and patient teacher who loves sharing her passion for crochet.

Do I need any previous experience or skills?

This workshop is suitable for competent beginners who have a basic understanding of crochet. Don’t worry… we’ll show how to do all the stitches involved.

Are materials provided? Is there anything I need to source myself?

You will need:

one ball each of 4 different colours of Scheepjes ‘Catona’ (100% cotton 10g/25m) or equivalent yarn.

3mm or 3.5mm hook (depending on your tension)

Stitch marker

Yarn needle


You will be provided with a wooden hoop in which to display your mandala

What will I take home with me?

A lovely crochet mandala that can be used as a table or hanging decoration.


Drinks and biscuits will be available


During all of our workshops photographs are taken for promotional purposes only. Please make us aware at the time of booking if you would prefer not to be included.


Eleonora Tully
Eleonora Tully

Eleonora is a passionate crochet designer and blogger. Her Dutch mother crocheted her own wedding dress in 1974 and Eleonora was wrapped in crocheted blankets soon after she was born - it really has always been a part of her life! Eleonora lives with her husband, three children and family dog, a Miniature Schnauzer called Salty. As a designer she draws a lot of inspiration from the coastline where she lives, and shares this through her blog: Many of Eleonora's designs have been published in magazines including 'Simply Crochet', ‘Inside Crochet’ and 'Crochet Now', and she posts regular updates on her popular Instagram account @coastalcrochet. In her day job she works part time as a nurse and has hosted crochet workshops as part of local NHS wellbeing events.

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