Un idea maravilloso de Tamara Kelly. Puede ver su blog post para el padrón (pattern in English) at: http://www.mooglyblog.com/easy-listening-earbud-covers/
El padrón es tan fácil y rápido…pero lo mejor es que protege los audífonos!
Los versiones His & her:
L-R: Garghoul (el malo), PhatCat (the life of the fiesta de té), Pikol (el traveller), Nacho (el defensor)
A video of their first adventure:
Breathe. Relax. Wander. Touch. Listen. Heal.
Shinrin-Yoku is the act of “forest bathing.” It is an idea that began in Japan in the 1980s. The belief is that spending time in forests can help you improve your health in a variety of ways; improving your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
Don’t take my word for it, research it, or even better EXPERIENCE IT!
A few websites that might inspire you to start Shinrin-yoku yourself/ in your own niche of the world are:
An article by Dr. Qing Li, MD, Ph.D “Healthy Forest Parks Make Healthy People: forest environments enhance human immune function” http://www.hphpcentral.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/5000-paper-by-Qing-Li2-2.pdf
More of an at home shoe/slipper. It took me about 10-15 plastic bags. Be creative, recycle and feel the beauty of creation!
I used a basic shoe pattern and subbed plarn (plastic yarn) for the regular stuff. There are great shoe/slipper patterns at:
Crochet pattern Central: http://www.crochetpatterncentral.com/directory/shoes_and_sandals.php
Free Crochet Patterns: https://www.free-crochet.com/list.html?cat_id=332
Choose one you like and get crafty! 😉