Comfort Slippers - for Japan -
a German translation is now included in the download, thanks to translator Marion.
Thank you, everyone.
My friends was safe.
But, two relatives are still missing.
I will not inform it of the blog update in future here.
Please sometimes check my blog.
Thank you knitters!
I thank you very much.
My parents and many friends live.
However, several friends and relatives are missing.
I hope that they live.
I made the blog for the report.
Please check this blog about details of the donation.
Thank you for a lot of cooperation and messages.
If you want to use my photos, please use it.
If you want to quote the sentence that I wrote, please quote it.
I plan to do the first report within several days.
I was born and grow up in Sendai, Japan, and have lived in Shanghai, China since last year.
My parents live in Sendai. Many friends also live there.
For my hometown and Japan which had suffered serious tsunami damage, I had thought what I was able to do from Shanghai.
Then, I decided to sell my pattern and to contribute the total amounts I received for Japan to the Japanese Red Cross Society.
The pattern consists of one page.
In the stricken area, hygiene, food, information, and all other things are insufficient.
I hope you will cooperate with me.