This morning I spent a couple of hours working in the garage while waiting for the lady who called yesterday to bring the fabric. I finished sorting the last batch of fabric that was donated and sorted through fabric that has been sitting in the car for a couple of months. I think if I can sort and put away fabric as it comes in instead of just piling it up, I can keep on top of the donations. It is so much nicer to be able to grab a bucket of fabric and cut it up when I know what is in each one. I have a new Accuquilt die coming that will cut 10 1/2 inch squares which will go perfectly with the 5 1/2 inch squares and make for some quick quilts. Those quilts will be great for beginners to sew and will make quick work of lots of the bigger pieces of fabric. It should be here soon and hopefully before school starts I can get a few kits made up and some tops finished for quilting for the Birthday Bash for the Heart 2 Heart group that is throwing a party for the kids who have aged out of foster care. I'm trying to get 100 quilts done and this one above is quilt #20. The party is August 27, so I better hurry up!
Today was day 3 of robotics camp and the kids got the robots to drive around. There are three teens as teachers with 4 boys in the camp. Pretty good ratio of teacher to student.
Here's a video of the robots in action. The robot is supposed to go forward across to the finish line, but my son's had a little trouble following directions. The newspaper was there today taking pictures to write up a story for tomorrow's paper. How exciting!
My son was a little grumpy because his partner didn't put in his fair share of the work and then wanted to hold the remote for the picture. I was the mean mom who made him share. There are other things to learn besides how a robot works. Social skills are just as important.