7 Chakras Handmade iron on Patches
Each Chakra is embroidered on. Solid cotton scrap fabric - I tried to March the thread and fabric to its unique Chakra color.
$12 each or ALL 7 for $75!
(in Indian thought) each of the centers of spiritual power in the human body, usually considered to be seven in number.
CROWN (Sahasrara - Purple):
The crown chakra is the center for trust, devotion, inspiration, happiness, and positivity. It's also the center for deeper connection with ourselves and deeper connection with a force of life that is greater than ourselves.
THE THIRD EYE (Ajna - Indigo):
The Third Eye Chakra provides the energy for spiritual reflection and insight. It allows you to experience clear thought and vision.
THROAT (Vishuddha - Blue):
The throat chakra is the voice of the body. It is a pressure valve that allows the energy from the other chakra to be expressed. If it is out of balance or blocked it can affect the health of the other chakras.
HEART (Anahata - Green)
The Heart Chakra is the 4th Chakra, located at the center of the seven. It is where the physical and spiritual come together.
This is an iron-on patch for placement... I recommend stitching it as well (see below for adhering instructions).
SOLAR (Manipura - Yellow)
The Solar Plexus Chakra is the your power chakra - this is your Core Self. It is where your will, power, and assertiveness originate.
SACRAL (Svadhishthana -Orange)
The Sacral Chakra is the second chakra and is known to be the center of pleasure, enjoyment and creativity.
ROOT (Muladhara - Red)
The Root Chakra - envisioning the color red glowing brightly at the base of the spine, where this chakra is located, is the beginning of root chakra cleansing and balancing.
approximately 3.75"x 3.75"
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1. Preheat your iron - HIGH HEAT
2. Place the patch with the sticky side down onto the garment. Make sure it is exactly where you want it to be. Cover it with a damp cloth.
3. Place the iron onto the design and press firmly. Move the iron around the design area for about 30 seconds.
4. Remove the damp cloth and check the patch, If there are still parts that did not adhere repeat the steps above*.
5. Let the patch dry completely before stitching around the edges (a straight stitch or zig-zag stitch works best)
*NOTE* the patch may not adhere properly to all surfaces, especially canvas or thicker fabrics.
*PLEASE NOTE: My custom embroidered clothing and accessories are handmade, one-at-a-time on a high-quality industrial embroidery machine. While I do my best to get every design uniform, each hat may vary from the product pictures*