Garments, that is. I have sewed for many, many years, sewing dresses for my girls, and a few things for me. I gave up on clothing for me because I don't know how to pick styles without trying them on first. So I stick to quilts and tablerunners etc., things that don't have to be fitted.
But my twin daughters sew. I even taught them to a point. Now they far exceed me. They're not afraid of doing fitted garments. And women enjoy coming to them to have fancy dresses sewn for them.
But I did sew a couple of aprons last week for a wedding shower gift and got lots of help. We didn't follow the pattern exactly and I had to get their help almost every step of the way. They taught me a little trick with putting on binding very neatly that they should put on YouTube. I was happy with how they turned out.
It's an Emmaline apron. I did not make it reversible because I used a heavier weight fabric. I didn't want the apron to feel to heavy. I made the hot pads to match. Every new wife needs aprons and hot pads.
Veronica and Victoria -- Thank You!