The cherry stones are able to hold their temperature for a long time.
You can use that property to create a portable source of heat with many uses:
Warm feet and hands (for example when you go to sleep), alleviates the pains of muscle and cervical. It can be used cold as an ice-pack.
I will show you how to make a cushion to hold the cherry stones.
- 100% natural cotton fabric (the important thing is that this fabric is resistant to high temperatures)
- Cherry Stones
- Needle and Thread of cotton
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Step 1: The Cherry Stones
After eating cherries, to preserve the stones, clean them well and dry in the sun.
Step 2: Prepare the Cushion
Take two pieces of cotton fabric and draw the shape of the cushion you want to get, with a pencil.
Overlap the two pieces of cotton fabric and secure with pins sure are well-stretched and do not fold.
Now, sew around the perimeter marked in pencil, leaving a 2-3 cm.
Step 3: Finishing the Cushion and Put the Stones
Cut the fabric around the seam, leaving a flange of 1 cm.
Turn the cushion from the hole
Insert the cherry stones using a funnel
Sew up the hole and you're done.
Step 4: Use
To get the cushion warm, you can put in hot oven or microwave avoing too excessive temperature, or on a radiator.
To use it cold put it in the freezer.
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