Teal jersey top made from a kit from Craftsy. The price included fabric, thread, and pattern. In this photo I hadn't attached the front self facing down. I needed some advice as to how to accomplish that. The pattern instructions were unclear to me. I spoke with a very nice gal at Meisner's in Folsom who is knowledgeable in knits. She recommended Steam-a-seam to hold it down smoothly without showing any stitching. I have some now and I'm going to give it a try. Thanks to my friend, Pam, for letting me try some of hers.
These garments are made for my two daughters and I'm thrilled they fit. Perhaps I will get a photo of them wearing them soon.
Also I finished a pair of salmon pink (or coral) crop pants. By default, my daughter will have them as they didn't work out for the original recipient. Moi.
In knitting, I finished two piggy dishcloths. I only have a photo of one of them. Oh, gosh, I can't find it. Well, never mind.
I'm thrilled to be sewing and must get on with it. I'll be back soon.