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Weather as an accent or as the whole shape of your piece, circles can create some lovely crochet items! From doilies and mandalas to vests and ponchos, there are so many options. So circle up and get creative!

For the basics on how to make a crochet circle that actually lays flat, check out THIS POST.

Circles - free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Ring around the Rosie Vest by The Lavender Chair
This vest is made as one giant circle with arm holes, and it is lovely!

2) Crochet Mandala – Dream Catcher by Naztazia
“These crocheted mandalas (or dream catchers!) are so much fun to make. These work great as indoor decorations – or – are awesome for outdoor yarn bombing fun.”

3) Turquoise Mandala by Kim Guzman
This mandala is just stunning!!!

4) Sophie’s Mandala – Part 3 {Large} by Look At What I Made
There are many sizes of Sophie, this is one of my favorites!

5) Dream Circle 12″ Crochet Square and Mandala by Pink Mambo
“The day has finally come when I can release my newest design, the Dream Circle 12″ Square and Mandala. I hope you love it for all your CALS and square projects.”

6) Wiggle It Crochet Trivet and Dishcloth Set by Tamara Kelly
What goes around comes around, and wiggly crochet is definitely coming around again! It’s popping up on Pinterest and Ravelry, in rugs and afghan squares.

7) Circular Poncho by Jessie At Home
“This Circular Poncho has been an idea in my head for months and months. I finally got around to creating it and I love it!”

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland recently!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.

OR ~ If you would like a pattern and yarn all together in a kit, try one of these (Click the images to go to the kits):

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