4 girls, three day sleepover.
Sewed 8 knit tops in 3 days--10 yards and 3 Ts from the refashioning pile out of the sewing room. 3 of the 4 girls helped. Guess which one didn't.
The Bernette/Juki 334DS serger finally bit the dust after 18 good years together. (Do a PhD thesis, childbirth, scary illness and recovery count as good years together?)
I've learned to thread the Pfaff serger in < 10 minutes and my times are still decreasing.
One girl collected. Two more will be collected tonight.
High school starts tomorrow.
Consoling 4 best friends going off to 3 schools in 2 states.
Identical twin shirts to confuse teachers on the first day of school .
One twin is a righty, the other is a lefty for perfect mirror images. Now, if only I can remember which one is the lefty.
Should be taking the Stat2.3x final today. In a sample of 4 girls, 2 are left-handed. Can you test the null hypothesis that the prevalence of left-handedness is 10%? If so, which test would you run? What is the p-value?