Tuesdays are my night for Destination Imagination. DI is a creative problem-solving program for students in elementary through high school. Each year teams across the country spend months preparing solutions to challenges provided by the fiends, er...very creative challenge writers at DI central. They then present their solutions at local tournaments held in March. The thing I love about DI is that it is child-centered. The adults who sponsor teams are called managers--and their only job is to keep the team centered on their tasks. All the products, props, costumes, ideas, and everything else related to the challenge is supposed to be from the children on the team. You can read more about it here.
Nothing much to show on the quilty front here. I have been hand-quilting a WIVSP (work in very slow progress), but I want to get the quilting finished before I show any pictures. I laid it out last night and realized that I only have about a week's worth of quilting left on it; I really didn't realize how close to the end I was. Maybe this will be all the push I need to finally get it done.
I have a couple of ideas for new projects that I think I can piece pretty easily on the machine, using just stash fabric. I kind of like having a hand piecing thing going in tandem with a machine piecing project. If I get stalled out on one I can just pick up the other.