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    The geo pinnie was from here.
    I made my own pleated fabric from lace, I couldn't get ruffle fabric from spotlight.
    http://seekatesew.com/free-pattern-r...bric-pinafore/

    The poncho/cape is from here; http://www.simplesimonandco.com/2011...rey-cape.html/

    And I found another pinnie to make later
    http://www.sewmamasew.com/2013/03/the-sydney-pinafore/

    A lot of others are from E&E patterns. I love their pleated skirt. It's super cute and easy to make.
    Also Taddah patterns have some great ones for summer and cute overalls.

    Mostly I just google for free templates and tutorials.

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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1428283970.088404.jpg Not sure she likes the Bib I made her...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    Attachment 69039 Not sure she likes the Bib I made her...
    Aw but it's so pretty!

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    What do you back your bibs with @Mamasupial?

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    It's just two layers of fabric. I should really back it with something..

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    Made some pants for DD today. But short. I have a hard time buying long pants that will go over her leg braces.
    (She isn't wearing them in the pic! )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    It's just two layers of fabric. I should really back it with something..
    Flannelette is good. That's what I do with the ones I make to sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    Flannelette is good. That's what I do with the ones I make to sell.
    Oh thanks!

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    Oh cool I'm going to buy some towelling soon but I've got some old flannelette flat nappies that I was given when DD was born, and I thought I might cut up a couple of those to give it a go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    It's just two layers of fabric. I should really back it with something..
    I bought some handmade ones a while back, they seem to have a fleece or terri towel in the middle of the two nice pieces for more absorption. Might be an option? Depends how dribbley your bub is I suppose


 

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