I can still hardly squeeze a tube of toothpaste but I got out my best dressmakers scissors that are very sharp and, using the pattern I had traced when I last made the dress in pattern ease, I pinned it and carefully cut it out. This blouse/dress requires a lot of fine sewing and I used my various presser feet to get the accuracy. I have hardly any feeling in my feet or lower legs and I can't feel the floor, but I have a tiny bit of muscle control left in my feet or I wouldn't be able to walk at all. This enables me to use the foot pedals since they are very sensitive.
Due to the lack of sensation in my fingers, I didn't do so well on the buttons because I am not very good with pins and needles - lots of dropping, sticking myself and difficulty pushing them through fabric. It's also hard for me to feel the edges of the fabric and hold them together at the machine so I made a few mistakes and had to do some ripping, but no major slips that could result in a wadder. But -- I'm not letting that stop me from sewing! You'll hear no excuses or whining from me.
Those are Teva Tirra sandals that I found at a local store about a month ago. I have them in black and beige leather. The great thing about them is that they have 3 Velcro straps that I can adjust to keep the shoes on my feet. They are very comfortable, especially for people with plantar faschia issues. I can't stand very long without cushioning before I am in pain under my heels.
Shirt tail hem is slightly curved
Finished vents at sleeve and dress hems