To sign "clothes" open your hands with both palms facing you, and move your wrists in a flicking downward motion.
To sign "change" connect your wrists with both of your index fingers outwards and bent, then change which hand is on top.
To sign "shirt" pinch the shoulder part of your shirt with your index finger and thumb, or do the motion as if you where wearing a shirt.
To sign " pants" start with your hands near your mid thigh and drag them both upwards to hip level.
To sign "socks" extend both of your hands index fingers pointing downwards and brush the sides of your index fingers against one and other.
To sign "shoes" form both of your hands into fist and hit your thumb sides together twice (dont hurt yourself though).
To sign "coat" make both hands into the letter "A." (Not an "S.") Place both hands near your shoulders. Then move both hands downward and inward as if putting on a coat.
To sign "backpack" use "A" hands, hold them a couple of inches in front of your chest with the thumbs pointing up, palm-sides facing each other, about 8 inches apart. (It sort of looks as if you are holding onto the straps of a backpack.) Move your hands backward twice using a thumping motion on the chest.
To sign "zip" make one hand into a letter "V" and use your other hand with your index finger and thumb touching to "zip" the v closed.
To sign "belt" use your index and middle fingers on each hand to motion together at your waist where you would wear a belt.
To sign "glasses" use your thumb and index finger near your eyes to represent glasses and then move your hand outwards away from your head and move your thumb and index fingers together.
To sign "hearing-aid" bend your index finger and tap it against the back side of your ear twice.
To sign "washing machine" move both of your hands in a curved motion as if sliding along a sphere on opposite sides as each other.
To sign "dry" move you index finger across your body beneath your chin and as you do, bend your finger as well.
To sign "basket" place your hands side by side with your palms up and motion them upwards as you bring them apart from each other.
To sign "pick up" start with your hand flat in front of you and then move your hand upwards, as you do so bring your thumb and index finger together as if picking something up.
To sign "dresser" mimic pulling out the drawers of a dresser.
To sign "which" hold both of your hands out as if giving two thumbs up and alternate raising a hand upwards.
To sign "new" hold one hand out palm up and brush the back of your other hand past the palm of your held out stationary hand.
To sign "old" start as a "C" hand and turn into an "S" hand as you pull your hand down from your chin.
To sign "late" motion behind you to your side, keep your elbow above your hand.
To sing "past" motion over your shoulder behind you.
To sign "not yet" this sign is similar to the sign for "LATE" except that "not-yet" places the tongue over the bottom teeth, and uses a slight heads hake. The dominant hand moves backward a couple times swinging at the wrist.
To sign "appointment" sign circles (horizontally, counterclockwise) the right "A" hand above the stationary left "A" hand then brings it down on top of the left "A" hand. (If you are left handed, switch the roles.)Circle the dominant "A" hand over the base "A" hand. Then bring the dominant hand down onto the base hand. Think of circling a date and locking it in.
To sign "often" the tips of the bent right "b" hand touch the palm of the left hand (near the heel of the palm) then separate and move forward a couple inches, then make contact again. If you do this sign quickly, and add another movement it would mean "frequently."
To sign "recent" bend and unbend your index finger near your face a couple times.
To sign "soon" place the index and middle finger of the "H" hand (your dominant hand) on top of the index and middle fingers of the non-dominant "H" hand. Slide the top "H" hand forward along the index finger of the bottom hand toward the tip of the index finger, then slide the top hand back toward the large knuckle of the bottom hand's index finger. Repeat the movement twice. The non-dominant hand doesn't move
Video: This is Wesley ! Check out his YouTube Channel @WesleyCan'tSign
Song being signed is The Addams Family theme song
Disclaimer - This video shows PSE not ASL but still allows you to see some signing in action!