My sew group were doing quilt demos Saturday for Quilt Day at a local museum. One boy about 10 and his brother who was older were watching me sew a quick project. I asked them to help finish and they did. I then press the project to make it lay flat. I gave the piece to the younger boy and he said it's warm, how did you make it warm? I said I ironed it with the iron. He looked puzzled. I said it's a small iron, yours at home is probably bigger. His older brother said we don't have anything like that and the way he said it he was very impressed that I had one! His Dad came over and the younger boy said Dad this lady made this warm with that. He pointed to the iron. His Dad said yeah, an iron. Don't you now what an iron is? The mother came over about that time and looked at the iron and then back to the father and said we don't have one of those in the house. So I guess the boys don't know about them. Good Grief give me a break.