The fabric is cut, interfacing ironed on and we are ready to sew… oh what’s this? You don’t need a serger? Well yes that’s great. Except the instructions are now all written as though you are working on a normal sewing machine and don’t easily translate into using a serger / coverstitch machine for the neckline.
No worries. I’ll just put it to one side and procrastinate for a little while until I can face it. Not an issue. It’s only taken me eight years to really get back into sewing.
I have a feeling I’ll be mentally rewriting a few pattern instruction booklets from sewing machine to serger over the next phase of my sewing journey. The joy. At least I am sewing again.