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Chakra Shambala Bracelet

About this design:

The concept of a chakra bracelet pairs really well with the Shambala style bracelet. This is easy to knot and you can make it larger or shorter by simply adding on more beads and by using the adjustable knot closer. This bracelet easily be made in 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm gemstone beads.

What you’ll need: (buy products below)

  • 1 bead each in purple, blue, turquoise, green, yellow, orange/brown, red
  • 8-10 lava beads of the same size
  • knotting cord
  • thread zapper or lighter

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Step-by-Step Instructions:

Step 1:
Set up your supplies to have them readily available. I recommend using a clipboard to hold strings in place while knotting. Start the shamballa bracelet using the lava rock beads.
Step 2:
Continue using the shamballa technique but now knot in each of the beads representing the chakras.
Step 3:
Once you have knotted each chakra onto the bracelet, knot in the lava rock beads again to finish the shambala bracelet.
Step 4:
Complete the bracelet with a sliding square knot closer.

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