I can do all five.
Retail therapy, well, as long as I don't have to worry about $$, because it's too depressing otherwise.
Changing a tire isn't my idea of a good time, but I can do it.
I'm a good cook, and have done bread, but don't anymore, because I don't have the strength in my hands for kneading.
I knitted a fair bit when I was younger, and did some nice things.
But I'd have to choose sewing. I haven't even done that for a while, but I found myself in a situation about thirty years ago where I needed to sew a garment, didn't have a machine, and it was going to be a nuisance to borrow one. So, I set out to see how it would be to do it entirely by hand. There were several very long seams, and some quite fussy stuff involved, and I was pleased to discover that not only was it possible, it was fun. And for several years I did quite a bit of sewing for myself and others, totally by hand. I still have one of the dresses I made in 1977. Can't wear it any more, but I can't give it up.