Furoshiki: 1000 ways to carry your bento Furoshiki is a piece of fabric inside wich Japanese people wrap every kind of stuff, in order to be able to carry it easily. It is used most of the times to wrap bento (the traditional lunch-box) , and you can find it in a lot of different colors and patterns. During the years new way of tie and use it were invented, infact every object has a different shape, and for each shape there is a traditional way to tie furoshiki. Otsukai TsutsumiThis is the classical way to wrap something in a Furoshiki, it is very useful to carry Bento at school. Yotsu musubiThis way of tieing is also used to wrap boxes, and all kind of rectangular or cubical objects, because you make a double tie it is “safer”
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Mandala Wheels for Yarndale Today we are going to talk about crochet Mandalas, you know those pretty round things that inspire you to make them, even though you don't really have a clue what you will actually do with them. There has been a lot of Mandala-love around in Blogland of late, with lots of wonderful patterns cropping up and some lovely sociable crochet-a-longs happening too (see here) . I even found some beautiful and inspirational mediative mandala making (see here), which is a lovely idea. We all know how soothing and theraputic crochet is, and these little yarny circles are the perfect way to indulge a bit of colourful, peaceful contemplation I think. In the picture above, you can see a few of the mandala flowers I experimented with last year when I was working through some yarn bombing ideas for Yarndale.
Probing the Enigma of Multiple Personality WHEN Timmy drinks orange juice he has no problem. But Timmy is just one of close to a dozen personalities who alternate control over a patient with multiple personality disorder. And if those other personalities drink orange juice, the result is a case of hives. The hives will occur even if Timmy drinks orange juice and another personality appears while the juice is still being digested. What's more, if Timmy comes back while the allergic reaction is present, the itching of the hives will cease immediately, and the water-filled blisters will begin to subside.
Printable Origami Click the Links to Download! Scroll down to find the links to all of the printable origami diagrams on this site, made into convenient pdf's for you! Just click to download, then enjoy! You will need Adobe Reader installed on your computer in order to open the pdf file. Sock Monkey How To Sew Sock MonkeySewing Pattern: Download pattern here. It contains the eyes, ears and pattern for drawing the sock.Materials: Make: 1 (adult size) 1. Sock (crew length), 1 pair (I used striped sock so that it is easy to get the alignment right.) 2.
"HALT - SELF CARE" Stickers by Jeremyblog Stickers Sizing Information Printed to fit best inside a 10 x 7.5cm window 3mm white padding around the edge Features Waterproof vinyl, will last 18 months outdoors Ideal for smooth flat surfaces like laptops, journals, windows etc. Easy to remove 50% discounts on all orders of any 6+ DIY Project: Apple Stamp Table Runner With fall in full swing, it seems that everyone is heading out to their local orchard and picking apples. The after effects of those trips are an abundance of indulgent desserts flooding my Instagram feed. Instead of using all of the apples to make pies and other yummy treats, I thought why not decorate my kitchen table?
Paper Flower Key Holder / Mark Montano Difficulty Rating: Beginner Tags If you need a quick 'just because' gift for someone, this is it! It’s simple to make, couldn’t be less expensive and we can all use one. I for one am always losing my keys and this, by far, is the easiest way for me to keep track of them.
30 Life-Enhancing Things You Can Do in 30 Minutes or Less Many of us attempt to measure our happiness based on the duration of certain favorable experiences in our lives. The longer a favorable experience lasts, the happier we think we’ll be. But the truth is, life is simply a string of small, independent moments that are always changing. Crochet Sneaker Slippers Patterns I was looking for a cute crochet sneaker slipper pattern because I really wanted to make some for the nieces for Christmas and figured that since it took me hours to find what I wanted, I'd better share it with the rest of you to save you the time.Crochet Sneaker Slippers in the spirit of Converse, by Mun TekemäThe slippers fit a foot size EU ca 4 3-47 (US adult 9-13). A 3 mm crochet hook was used.The yarn that was originally used (Novita 7 Veljestä, a brand from Finland) is listed as worsted, but as it at most could be described as light worsted I would recommend that you use a light worsted or DK weight if you substitute (translaters remarks).Row 1: Ch 3, 12 dc in 1st ch, join first and last dc with sl st. Row 2: Start every row with ch 3 = 1 dc. 2 dc in every st. Close with a sl st.
Glencoe Online Writer's Choice: Punctuating Dialogue Punctuating Dialogue When you revise dialogue, be sure to punctuate it correctly so that your readers can see who is talking and where a line of dialogue begins or ends. The rules for using quotation marks, commas, and end marks of punctuation are listed below. Use quotation marks before and after a character's exact words. Place a period inside closing quotation marks. "Peter and Esteban are joining us."