It may not be a big deal to buy a tablecloth --- to expect there will be an underneath to it. But in the 3D virtual world it is common to see a piece of empty or transparent cloth. The exterior shows up and when you turn it over there is nothing there. To learn how to make cloths I listened and read the tutorials. *None showed me exactly how to "sew" one. And when I did figure out how to make the underside solid, the textures wouldn't line up. Finally after a night's sleep, and 6 hours of using Mrs. T. Pinkstaff's "1 variable" scientific method, I developed my own concoction.
My last move was make a tutorial for me (lest I forget - I do) and my friends. Now we can make bedspreads, comforters, picnic blankets, curtains, (even clothes) all those things we never think about folding until laundry day.
Whine/Opine - At least 80% of the Blender tutorials are created by men. They notoriously leave out about 30 to 40 steps. Where are those Betsy McCall patterns when you need them?