I've been sewing lately. Garments that is, not quilts (except on my longarm). As the saying goes, practice makes perfect. At least that's what I'm going for.
So---from worst to best, here it is.
This is a pair of overalls with smocking. I didn't have the proper overall pattern, so I took a pants pattern and added the bib and snaps. We do need baby boy items in our shop and I also want to get good at smocking.
Look how uneven I put the smocked piece into the bib. It even looks worse in this picture than in real life. I posted on this bib when I started it here. I won't give up though.
Another old-fashioned baby daygown from some fabric I found. This one went smoother than the ones in the past, so I put it in the store.
I like the small french seams that it has. It's better next to baby than serged seams-much smoother.
And this apron was much easier than the first ones I did and a much neater job also. I think I'm ready to tackle new styles and put them in the store. Whenever we have aprons in there, we sell them but have a hard time keeping up on stock.