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    Default Does anybody make their own AB clothes?

    Hi, I just ask because I'm thinking about trying to make some of my own, and I'm not sure where to start. I figured there's gotta be somebody on here who has some experience!

    I don't have the money to spend on the websites I want to buy from (CosynDry for example), plus for the most part, I just haven't found fabrics I like on AB clothes websites. Not to mention I don't want their company names on my bank records. Anyway...

    I'd like to make some jumpers and dresses with matching training pants/diaper covers (and maybe even some hairbows ), like these I've found around the internet:
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    I also need these to be fairly inconspicuous, so that I can wear some of them as an adult and not be 'outing' myself as an AB/LG. For example, maybe I could put a knee-length skirt over the jumpers/onesies and wear the dresses, just without the training pants, or if they're too short, as a tunic.
    I've found a few tutorials for making diaper covers (which can easily be made into training pants) but the tutorials are for making them from existing ones...so yeah. Obviously I have no existing ones to make them from.

    So does anybody know of some patterns that can be altered to be more babyish? Or just tutorials for making AB clothes?

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    The only thing i can tell you is look at some costume patterns to see what may be close to what you want. you can also use panties to use as a pattern but use briefs. that's what I would do. if you have any questions please feel free to ask. i sew well so i know alot about making and altering patterns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyLilSailorGirl View Post
    Or just tutorials for making AB clothes?
    There are some very good patterns for sale here: Aidan & Emmy's Custom Clothing and Patterns by aidankid on Etsy

    I've made a few clothes so far with the patterns (except for the blanket, no pattern needed for that): https://www.adisc.org/forum/members/...-projects.html

    However, the clothes in these patterns are really geared more towards boys. They also work fine as unisex (especially the onesies, rompers, and pajamas), but nothing is of a particularly girly cut, like jumpers or dresses. You could just hit your local sewing shop (JoAnn Fabrics, maybe?) and have a look at their pattern catalogs. You might need to do some modifying, but it would be a starting point.

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    Thanks for the replies guys. I did think about using some briefs for a pattern, and thanks for the links, Tygon! I might just have to order that onesie pattern. I'll have to search Etsy to see if there's any more AB type stuff on there... but mostly I think this will be an experiment in pattern-making. If I come up with something good, I'll post pics of the results.

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    I've made a diaper cover from this one: TUTORIAL: the perfect DIAPER COVER | MADE obviously had to scale it by hand, made it really big but the elastic makes it fit me while giving a puffy look.

    I tried this one too: Little underwear for girl again, scaled it so it looks like enormous little girl panties =P

    Had to try and error a few times tho, I just used old shirts to make the first models so I won't waste the expensive fabrics.

    There's a lot of baby clothing tutorials with patterns for free around the web, now, customizing them for your size is the hard part, I've been willing to try these:

    Home Sweet Homebodies: Easy- On Potty Training Pants: Tutorial and Pattern
    End of Summer Terry Tunic & Bloomers
    Wrap around body – tutorial

    Maybe they can give you some ideas =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyLilSailorGirl View Post
    Thanks for the replies guys. I did think about using some briefs for a pattern, and thanks for the links, Tygon! I might just have to order that onesie pattern. I'll have to search Etsy to see if there's any more AB type stuff on there... but mostly I think this will be an experiment in pattern-making. If I come up with something good, I'll post pics of the results.
    I've had shortie pajamas sewn together to make a one piece romper suit - you can then add snaps in the crotch. So while they look pretty ordinary they also feel very babyish too. You can add some good elastic at the back too.

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    I've made some overalls for a boy using two matching pairs of jeans. I had no pattern so I just sewed it by how I thought they should look. I found these great snaps that come on this fabric strip so all you have to do is sew the fabric in!!

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