It's been a while... I haven't touched the sewing machine and haven't really done any projects since we moved countries. So nothing for 3 years. Recently I took my sewing machine out and found that it's broken while not even being used. The feed dog was not moving the fabric. So I found a service center and submitted both my machines there for a check up. There I learned that apparently Husqvarna used to be a good European brand, but it's not good anymore. Now it's made in China. But my serger was made before the dark times, so it's still considered good quality (Huskylock 936). The regular machine is pretty bad, but I got it cheap, so nothing to complain about (except potential spending on repair I guess).
Anyway, the reason I took the machines out is because I wanted to make some baby clothes. After extensively looking around and on Amazon, I concluded that most girl clothes is way too pink or expensive if bought locally. Here in Asia all baby products are ridiculously expensive. I'm talking about the branded stuff that is still probably made in Asia, then shipped to US and then back here.
So, since my skills are probably rusty again, I decided to start easy. I found a pattern of baby pants on the web (from Made by Rae, thank you) and made one. The fabric is just a light woven cotton that I had and brought from US. A side note, the fabric store in Cambridge is super good. I haven't found a discounted fabric store around here yet, even though there must be some. We must be close to the fabric source here! So, color is just alright, nothing special, dark blue with small white flowers, but this is what I had.