In today’s tutorial Shantal Art shows us step by step how she draws a mandala dreamcatcher.
Here is what Shantal Art says about her work: “Dominican, living in Florida, with 7 years of experience in mandala & zentangle art, Everything my mind can imagine, I can create. One day my mother told me, shantal why don’t you make a folder with all your arts, where you keep them, so I did, the first one was full then 2nd ,3rd ,and everyone wanted my art.And there began shantal art as a store, shaping my art in everything! A time later I saw the need to hold the progress of the store, so I can focus on my career as an industrial designer, after finishing all my studies, decided to open again, but with something new, teach, and let everyone knows what a human is capable to create! And here is the youtube channel and instagram account, if you are not good at art or do not have enough time to develop it but still want mandalas, doodles and zenart at home, books etc .. all my arts are available to sale.”
How to Crochet Mandala Dreamcatcher by Naztazia is our tutorial for today. This is what she has to say on Youtube about this video:
“Donna Wolfe from Naztazia http://naztazia.com shows you to crochet a mandala or dream catcher with yarn and a hula hoop. This works great as an indoor decoration or outdoors for a yarn bomb event (urban graffiti).”
“This is more of an intermediate or advanced crochet pattern. You will need to know how to crochet the following stitches before starting this project: single crochet, double crochet, treble (triple) crochet (wrap your yarn around twice before inserting your hook), double treble (wrap your yarn around three times before inserting your hook), slip stitch and slip knot.”
I hope you enjoy learning how to create this beautiful dreamcatcher.