This weekend, I sewed a bunch of things that I need around the house besides the visual pun apron.
The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Sewn Product Manufacturing, because .sewn. goods includes a great many things that are not garments for humans. If you look around your world, you'll notice how many things are sewn. Garment manufacturing has largely moved overseas, but there are still state-side opportunities for manufacturers of niche sewn goods.
I made two yoga straps, 3 napkins and a lunch bag from the retro aqua fabric. I also refashioned one of Bad Dad's holey T-shirts* into a cover for my heating pad and sewed a curtain to cover the hallway linen closet. The 2AB pillow covers are on my sewing table and should be finished this weekend.
The eagle-eyed may notice the vintage Calvin Klein blouse pattern on the napkins. I'm trying to figure out what to make with my 1.5 yards of 54" wide blue/black Tana Lawn.
* The bottom parts of his Ts tend to be fine, while the top develops holes. Why is that? I cut the top parts with holes into rectangular-ish pieces to use instead of paper towels. 100% cotton can be composted.