Chakra Scarf

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Chakra Scarf Pattern


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Knitting: Chakra Scarf
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details









Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • use double pointed needles
  • basic lace knitting
  • bind off with a crochet hook
  • steam block

Pattern Description:

This colorful, feminine scarf is made of circular lace knitted motifs that correspond to the placement and colors of the chakras in your body. Chakras are wheels of energy that are believed by yogis and energy healers to exist in the energetic body, and they correspond to organs and functions in the physical body.

Included in the pattern is a short description of the location and function of the chakras in the body. Experiment with meditating on the corresponding chakra as you knit each motif. Consider making a scarf using one dominating color to focus healing in a particular area.

This scarf would make a wonderful gift for a friend who could use healing or who is interested in Eastern metaphysical concepts.

Kits are now available on my website,
Kits include a printed pattern plus more than enough Unique Sheep Gradiance yarn in one of five exclusive colorways for $39. If you already own the pattern, contact me for a special listing that discounts the price of the pattern.


  • about 40 yds each of 6 different hand painted rainbow yarns and 17 yds of a 7th (approx 225 yds total)

You Will Also Need:

  • set of 5 Size 6/4mm double pointed needles
  • US G/4mm crochet hook
  • 4 stitch markers including one special to designate end of round
  • 1 removable marker
  • blocking board
  • T pins

About Designer

About Designer

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by yarnartist
Los Angeles, California
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I am currently exploring ways to combine my two passions - making beautiful things and healing. Stay tuned for more!

11/13 I will be teaching a free workshop on crocheting Sacred Mice at The Knitting Tree this Sunday, 11/17, from noon to 2 PM. See their website for details

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