To me, sewing for women is so much more fun.
Then, there’s men. They wear pants and shirts. And jackets, if it’s cold. Generally (and feel free to comment if you disagree) they wear neutral or basic colours.
Anyways, the point of this story is that I have to sew for a man, sometime this year, as part of my Top 10 Sewing Projects list, and my big question is what will I make?
Men’s suits, coats, and pants are incredibly detailed and time-consuming to make. (And a bit scary!) Or, there are the classic man-projects of cotton boxer shorts and flannel pyjama pants, the latter of which I have already made for the man in question. (He loves them, so it was a good project, but I can’t always default to making pyjama pant after pyjama pant, I must challenge myself!)
Anyways, unless I come up with a new, brilliant (and not-super-tailored) idea, he will be getting another pair of pyjama pants. Any ideas, or thoughts on sewing for men? What do other seamstresses make for the men in their life?