Mandala® Yarn

SKU: 525-200BD

$8.99

With an exceptionally wide range of enchanting colors, from jewel tones, to bright children's colors, and even classic shades for men, one glimpse of this mystical new yarn will leave you spellbound. The ideal weight for crocheters, just one ball will allow you to conjure a scarf, small shawl, or even a sorcerer's cap!

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Yarn Weight
3 Light / DK
Crochet Gauge (4in x 4in)
16 sc x 20 r on H-8 (5 mm)
Knit Gauge (4in x 4in)
22 sts x 30 r on #5 (3.75mm)
Length (yd)
590
Length (m)
540
Weight (oz)
5.3
Weight (g)
150
Fiber
Acrylic
Fiber Detail
100% Acrylic
Care
Machine Wash, Machine Dry
Care Detail
Items made from this yarn may be laundered through the use of hottest available water, detergent or soap, agitation, and a machine designed for this purpose. A machine dryer may be regularly used at the hottest available temperature setting.

Customer Reviews

Based on 435 reviews
87%
(380)
8%
(33)
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(14)
0%
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1%
(6)
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LaVerne DeHart

I have crocheted several items recently with Mandala yarn and I love everything I’ve made with it! The colors are beautiful and it’s easy to work with. My only regret is that they do not make it in a merino wool fiber. Overall, love this yarn!

D
Daphne Gochenour
Comfort Shawls

Definitely my go-to yarn for Comfort Shawls!

K
KatyDid
Fun Colors!

I really enjoyed working with this yarn. The project that I used it for was so much fun to do. It was hard to put down because I could barely wait to see how the colors would transition. I used two different skeins, using each for two rows, to make it more interesting. This is a gift that I will be giving...hard to part with, but I can always do another ;)

N
Nanci
Using to Make Granny Squares for a Blanket

I disassembled each of the eight balls of Mandala yarn that I bought, and re-rolled them into balls of their separate colors, to use to make a granny square blanket that uses 7 colors in each granny square. I put them in partitions that keep each ball’s colors separate, along with the color band that came with the skein, and will first make squares only using the colors in the ball it came out of, then will try mixing colors from the different segments. I’m an avid knitter but am just learning crochet, so: new skill, new yarn to try. I admit that I got this idea from another crocheter but I think it’s brilliant.

D
Delilah
Lovely consistent yarn

Consistent in weight and feel throughout and knitted up lovely.

j
johanna spoerri
Mandala Yarn gets the job done

I purchased this yarn as it was the proper type for the instructions in a book. The yarn had a nice color and feel. I was able to make 2 hats with extra to spare, and the hats came out great.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 435 reviews
87%
(380)
8%
(33)
3%
(14)
0%
(2)
1%
(6)
L
LaVerne DeHart

I have crocheted several items recently with Mandala yarn and I love everything I’ve made with it! The colors are beautiful and it’s easy to work with. My only regret is that they do not make it in a merino wool fiber. Overall, love this yarn!

D
Daphne Gochenour
Comfort Shawls

Definitely my go-to yarn for Comfort Shawls!

K
KatyDid
Fun Colors!

I really enjoyed working with this yarn. The project that I used it for was so much fun to do. It was hard to put down because I could barely wait to see how the colors would transition. I used two different skeins, using each for two rows, to make it more interesting. This is a gift that I will be giving...hard to part with, but I can always do another ;)

N
Nanci
Using to Make Granny Squares for a Blanket

I disassembled each of the eight balls of Mandala yarn that I bought, and re-rolled them into balls of their separate colors, to use to make a granny square blanket that uses 7 colors in each granny square. I put them in partitions that keep each ball’s colors separate, along with the color band that came with the skein, and will first make squares only using the colors in the ball it came out of, then will try mixing colors from the different segments. I’m an avid knitter but am just learning crochet, so: new skill, new yarn to try. I admit that I got this idea from another crocheter but I think it’s brilliant.

D
Delilah
Lovely consistent yarn

Consistent in weight and feel throughout and knitted up lovely.

j
johanna spoerri
Mandala Yarn gets the job done

I purchased this yarn as it was the proper type for the instructions in a book. The yarn had a nice color and feel. I was able to make 2 hats with extra to spare, and the hats came out great.