Muladhara cross stitch pattern is a representation of an ancient Hindu symbol for the root chakra. Muladhara is traditionally a red lotus flower with four petals that represent joy, pleasure, passion, and concentration.
This is a cutaway cross stitch that measures 16.5cm x 16.5cm (5,557 stitches) when completed on 14-count Aida. This is not a difficult project as the 6 x DMC colours are in single blocks and there is no confetti.
To create the perception of energy vibrating from your core, we’ve mixed vibrant red tones alongside muted dusty pink. We’ve also included a simple interpretation of the Sanskrit syllables वं vaṃ, शं śaṃ, षं ṣaṃ, and सं saṃ. These are full cross stitches and can be stitched in dusty pink or lemon yellow.
More Geometrics and Healing Mandalas
If you love geometric patterns, mandalas and repeating designs we have lots more in the store. We do our best to publish new charts into our store each week and are planning a full series of healing Chakra projects.