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Make a Zodiac Scarf for Virgo Birthdays

August 8th, 2014

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virgo-colorIf you were born between August 23rd and September 22nd, your Astrological sign is Virgo, the sixth sign of the Zodiac. Virgo is represented by the Virgin Maiden, and like their namesake, people born under this sign are typically gentle and reserved. Virgos often gravitate to care-taking professions like healthcare and medicine and they make loyal friends and companions.

Virgos are known for their attention to detail. They are intelligent, analytical folks and great problem solvers. Careful Virgos prefer to take their time making decisions and with their slow and calculated approach, they are excellent communicators. For better or worse, people born under this sign are often perfectionists and while this quality may lead them to great professional success, it can also cause them to be too critical of themselves and others.

Famous Virgos include Beyoncé Knowles, Keanu Reeves, Sean Connery, and Sophia Loren.

Symbol-For-VirgoThe colors used in this scarf are inspired by the attributes associated with the astrological sign: sapphire for eloquence, navy for intelligence, colonial blue for helpfulness, and chocolate for loyalty. If you have a Virgo friend with a birthday coming up, they will surely appreciate the time and skill that goes into a handmade gift. Since Virgo loves to analyze, an especially thoughtful gift would be to teach them your craft. Activities like knitting and crochet are great for Virgo’s careful, methodical mindset, so don’t be surprised if your friend wants to make you something in return!

The Virgo Zodiac Scarf is available for both Knit and Crochet (pictured). Not your sign? Check out our other zodiac scarves here.

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  • Elizabeth Bell

    Astrology is stupid.
    But the scarf pattern is awesome.
    I’m conflicted.

    • Diane

      Haha! I agree, but you can always make it and call it something else.

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