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Do it yourself – kimono from an old curtain

Do it yourself – kimono from an old curtain

Our kimono is colorful and beautiful and you can sew it in just one night.

Christina Olin

Join the circular trend and make something new out of something old. Like sewing a stunning kimono from a curtain, so easy and so beautiful!


HOnce a drape – now one of summer’s finest garments. Our kimono instantly elevates your look, whether in everyday life or for a party, and you can sew it super easily according to our description.

The model is simple, the dress is one-piece. You fold the fabric in half, which means you don’t need to sew along the shoulders and upper sleeves. Instead, make it a little wider to start with, and if necessary, take a little more on the sides as you go. Our measurements correspond to size M.

Colorful kimono on the floor

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Christina Olin

kimono

material: 160×140 cm fabric, needles, thread, scissors and tape measure.

do this

1. Fold the fabric twice from short side to short side, the measurement will be 140cm wide and 80cm long. Lay the fabric flat in front of you, with the folded edge facing up.

2. Cut out two rectangles measuring 30 x 45 cm on each side, 30 cm from the side and 45 cm from the bottom edge, according to the drawing.

3. The sides and bottom edge are scalloped.

4. Measure my forehead. Cut a hole in the middle of the top layer of fabric as shown in the diagram.

5. Pin right side to right side together along the sides and bottom sleeve. Try on the garment and make any adjustments, and sew with a 1cm seam allowance.

6. Press the seams apart. Press 3 cm to the wrong side around the sleeves, and sew with a straight stitch.

7. Measure a triangle along the neckline. It should be about 20 cm in the middle of the back and about 25 cm each side, according to the diagram. Cut the fabric and zigzag around the opening. Press 1 cm to the wrong side, and sew with a straight stitch.

8. Press 3 cm to the wrong side along the bottom edge, and sew in place with a straight stitch.

9. Press all seams.

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