Kimono Robe Pattern - 2 Length Options
Digital file type(s): 3 ZIP
***Now includes pattern PDFs in addition to cutting layouts and tutorial PDFs.**
Digital download PDFs to cut and sew a beautiful kimono robe. Stitch up a beautiful gift for Christmas, bridesmaids, or pamper yourself.
Includes 3 options for patterns
1) Cutting Dimensions for all rectangular pieces and 1 curved pattern piece for back neck (if you don't want to deal with lots of paper patterns)
2)At-Home Print/Cut/Tape pattern pieces to be printed on US letter or A4 paper
3) CopyShop A0 large scale format
Intermediate sewing skill level suggested.
Includes dimensions and cutting layout for 2 sizes: Misses (fits US sizes 0-14) and Plus (fits US sizes 16-24). Includes option to make long or short version. Includes instructions for 2 different seam finishing techniques: french seams or basic seam finishing techniques. French seams are a couture finishing technique in which you sew each seam twice in order to enclose the seam allowance. This technique works best with thin/lightweight fabrics, such as a silk or light cotton. Basic finishing techniques include pinking, zigzag stitching, or serging,
Please zoom in on last photo for size chart and fabric yardage requirements.
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388 reviews5 out of 5 stars
No real pattern pieces included. Cut out the pieces for the robe and didn't have enough fabric! Inefficient use of yardage...decided to scrap the project and bought a kwiksew pattern than used much less yardage & had all pattern pieces included.
Really great! Have made it once now and very happy - easy to follow instructions (first time I have attempted french seams!)
This pattern didn't include any pattern pieces, just measurements. It is more aligned with a tutorial than a true pattern. It worked out decently, but it wasn't worth nearly $10.
Pattern was simple to follow. The french seams give it that professional finish when you don't have a serger.
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