Friday, November 20, 2015

Don’t stop knitting! It keeps you healthy.

This are the reasons why Knitting is good for your health! Read this
1. Knitting is used for therapy. It’s a powerful distractant, helping people manage long-term physical pain. For those who are depressed, knitting can motivate them to connect with the world. It is a conversation starter, allowing people to interact politely without making eye contact. It builds confidence and self-esteem.
2. Knitting is supremely relaxing, which is extremely important for reducing stress and anxiety. Dr. Herbert Benson, founder of Harvard’s Mind/Body Medical Institute, wrote The Relaxation Response, in which he recommends the repetition of a word, sound, phrase, prayer, or muscular activity to elicit “the relaxation response” – decreased heart rate, muscle tension, and blood pressure. Knitting is likened to meditation, sometimes described by knitters as “spiritual” and “Zen-like.”
3. Knitting connects people. By joining a knitting group, a solitary activity turns into a social one. One study, called “The Benefits of Knitting for Personal and Social Wellbeing in Adulthood” and published in the British Journal of Occupational Therapy, found that “knitting in a group impacted significantly on perceived happiness, improved social contact, and communication with others.”
4. Knitting improves concentration and can provide an outlet for excessive energy.Toronto teacher Caleigh Murtaugh started a knitting club for 7- and 8-year-olds at a private boys’ school. It was a smashing success, with boys opting to stay in from recess to work on projects. Some were extremely hyper, but focusing on work with their hands helped them greatly and gave them a sense of accomplishment.
5. Knitting can reduce the risk of dementia. One study of over 2,000 seniors (65 years and older) found that “regular participation in social or leisure activities such as traveling, odd jobs, knitting, or gardening were associated with a lower risk of subsequent dementia.”
6. Knitting offers a break from busy schedules and a refreshing detox from a technology-saturated world. It gives many of us a rare chance to be alone with our thoughts.
7. Knitting makes people happy, from the people who knit to those who receive knitted items, and those who see knitting in their surroundings. Consider the popularity of “yarn-bombing,” the beautiful graffiti that uses yarn to decorate public spaces, filling them with happiness-inducing warmth and colour. No one can resist smiling at the sight of a knitted bus or tree!
Happy Knitting!
Lilia/ LiliaCraftParty

Monday, November 16, 2015

Mistery Free Pattern

Mistery Free Pattern! (MFP)
How this Work? Just go to my and found the Mistery Free Pattern, you will find it at the end of one item description, wich one? this is the trick, you have to find it! Is easy, you will see this - Mistery Free Pattern....- After this, contact me via PM here on FB and comment here that you found it, choose your favorite pattern from my shop and your email and I will be happy to send it directly to your inbox, but do not forget, do not mention on your comment wich listing has the MFP, just let me know that via PM. Tell your knitting friends, they can win one FREE pattern too, but do not tell them wich listing please, everybody have to do the homework! Is fun and everybody can WIN WIN!!
One more thing! This will last 24 hours, so hurry go look fo the MFP! Here:
Happy Knitting!
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