Everything You Need To Know: Chakra Beaded Cotton Yarn - Darn Good Yarn

Everything You Need To Know: Chakra Beaded Cotton Yarn

Written by Kate Curry

What Is Chakra Beaded Cotton Yarn

Chakra beaded cotton yarn is one of our newest types of yarn made by our artisans. This yarn is a gorgeous color-variegated DK weight yarn, perfect for new or experienced crafters looking to add a little more crystal magic to their fiber arts!  

How Is Chakra Beaded Cotton Yarn Made?

Handspun by our artisans in India, the cotton strands are dyed their respective colors that match each of the 7 chakras. Undyed, white strands are used by the artisans to hand-bead the gorgeous little crystals that match the 7 chakras.

An arc of rainbow colored hand beaded cotton yarn in every color of the rainbow.

Once some of the strands are dyed and the white strands are beaded, the strands are loosely plied together to create the chakra beaded cotton yarn that we love! 

Tips & Tricks

Length/Weight: 180 yds each
Yarn Weight: 3 - DK
Yarn Material: Cotton, Beads
Needle Size: US 5-7 (3.75 - 4.5mm)
Hook Size: US G-7 / I-9 (4.5 - 5.5mm)
Gauge: K 21-24 /4", C 12-17 /4"
Physical Quality: Soft, loosely plied.
How to clean: Hand wash, lay flat to dry.
Pattern Inspiration: Knit - Serene Simplicity Poncho. Crochet - Harvest Festival Poncho, Quadramesh Shawl.


  • Colorful shades variegated with white
  • Silky soft
  • Connects to the seven chakras
  • Multi-ply 
  • Gorgeous little stones that can be moved and adjusted!
  • Tons of yardage
  • Durable


  • Takes forever to ball/cake if you don’t have a winder or swift 
  • Beads move around, so don’t get too attached to their placements
  • Due to the loosely plied nature, the strands can become unwound if worked too harshly.

What Can I Make With Chakra Beaded Cotton Yarn? 

  • Shawls
  • Ponchos 
  • Wall Hangings 
A close up image of our blue and white hand beaded chakra beaded cotton yarn.
  • Jewelry 
  • Scarves 
  • If you need any added texture to your project! 
A close up image of our yellow and white hand beaded chakra beaded cotton yarn.


Meet the Author

Profile picture of the author, Kate Curry, wearing a dark red Nanda Poncho sitting on concrete stairs in front of brick wall.

Kate has been on the Darn Good Yarn team since 2018.

They have their degree in Creative Art Therapy & Psychology - and like crafting and animals a little too much.