Anyway, one of the students was just telling me this and I thought I had to share:
Before she moved to Houston, she used to hang out w/ a bunch of ladies and learned how to knit. She was then introduced to a local yarn store and one of the ladies there was telling her that if you have any un-finished projects they welcome the donation. What they do is that they cumulate what people donated, yarn and supplies, and donate it to a women's correctional facilities.
So, this lady piped up, what? They're going to finish my knitting project as a punishment? Ba-zing!
I thought that's just so funny... great sense of humor. In case you're curious, they actually undo the projects and they use the yarn and make scarves and mittens and sale them to raise money for the prison.
That brings me to the Crochet Studio... if you have put some projects at the time-out corner, this would be a good time to pull them out, dust them off and give it a second wind. Maybe you're just stuck somewhere, trouble decoding the instructions. I'm here to help. Come by for Crochet Studio this Wednesday. Just email me.
p.s. I crochet the applique and sewn it on block which then is sewn on a bigger quilt. :)