My sewing mojo is AWOL. I've learned how to deal with my missing mojo. If you love your mojo, set it free. Invariably , I'm more hungry to sew by the time my mojo comes back.
In the meantime, I have a project that doesn't require a mojo. My church has started a sewing ministry. Our first project is making baby clothes for a women's shelter. So far we have 5 "willing workers". I suspect some women wanted to join the ministry for free sewing lessons and they didn't make it past the first organizational meeting (Praise God). We made Kwik-Sew 3309 t-shirts in an assembly line. One person cut, another person sewed the neckband, another person sewed the sleeves and since I was late, I sewed on the neckband and sewed up the sides. I don't care for assembly line sewing. With four different people with varying degrees of experience working on one shirt, the finished product is a little quirky. A few of the shirts were sewn wrong side out. Our "Minister of Sewing" and I took a pile of the shirts home to hem. I never really liked sewing knits and putting a narrow 1/4 inch hem in a knit was not really that much fun. I finished the edges with my serger using the differential feed feature. Then I used the serged stitches as a guide when turning up the hem. Finally I used a twin needle to sew the hems. I was trying to eliminate the waviness and I was moderately successful. The wavy seams and hems are the reason I never liked sewing knits. However, I am glad to be "sewing for the Lord". I like sharing my sewing skill somewhat anonymously. Hopefully, more sewers will join the ministry once we get rolling.