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"Another indicator of success is that there is no blood spurting from any appendage and there are no extra holes in any furniture."

Thanks for the great post about how to make a mala, Roy. I also had to laugh at the quote above, having too much experience with both circumstances! It's amazing how visual those images remain!

with palms together,
Chong Go


Thanks for visiting. I'm glad you like the mala post. I agree, the drama that ensues when one opens up a knuckle or a finger tip or any other important body part, sears itself onto our memories.

I hope you and everyone at the Hanmaum International Centre are well and happy.

This is great, Roy. I'm so glad you reposted it. Instructions like these don't seem to exist anywhere else, and they are so helpful.

All the best, and Happy New Year,

I loved this article as I have not been able to find anything like it anywhere else. I was wondering if you have the info somewhere on the making of the crocheted mala bags shown in the last picture. I would love to try making a few of these as well as my own mala!

In love and light this season,

@Laura - Happy New Year to you too!

@Alicia - I reposted the mala bag instructions. Enjoy!

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