So lets move on... to mending clothes. I had a glove that had a cut and also a jacket which elbow had worn out.
It seems that I had accidentally cut the glove with scissors, but the oddest thing is that because I'm right handed, how could I have cut the right hand's glove. Also I did not notice it at the time it happened, but the next time I put the gloves on noticed the cut. The gloves were still in an excellent shape and I did not want to get new ones, so I fixed this. First I ironed a support fabric on the back, the fabric had glue in itself.
Then I sewed the cut close.
It turned out pretty good I think. So that was an easy fix up. Next I made elbow patches for my jacket.
I'm not sure how the glue will hold up the patch material so I also sewed the edges, so the patch won't fray and it won't get loose.
I could have also just sewn it on, but it's a whole lot easier to sew something that does not move than something that moves about all the time.
Now finally after having the jacket in the crafts cabinet for one year I can start using it again.