Sewing Curves Tutorial
First off let me say YOU can do this! Sewing curves is so fun and once you get the hang of it you wont want to stop!
You will need a pattern to cut some curved pieces. If you need help with cutting curves go check out this, "Cutting Curves" blog.
Next you can grab your curved pieces and head to your machine. The best tip I can tell you is to not stretch your curves. They are cut on the bias of the fabric so they will be super stretchy.
Begin by creating a crease in the middle of the two pieces. The convex curve (outward curve, curve rounded away from 90 degree angel) will be on the bottom with the right side of the fabric facing up. Fold the convex curve (yellow fabric) right sides together along the curve and finger press a crease in the middle. You can also mark the middle with a hera marker or an erasable marker.
Next fold the concave curve (blue fabric, inward curve, curve rounded towards the 90 degree angle) wrong sides together and finger press a crease to mark the middle.
Now you can put the fabrics right sides together and pin on the center creases. These center marking will help you make sure you are not stretching your fabric.