SewingHow to Make a Handmade Kimono Top

How to Make a Handmade Kimono Top

Spring is almost here, time for some pretty colors. See how to make this handmade kimono top that can be made in a long length or you can shorten it.

Better yet make some in both lengths from different colors and patterns. A nice way to expand your wardrobe without spending a fortune and a really nice way to add an extra layer for those days that can go from chilly to warm and back again in just hours.

How to Make a Handmade Kimono Top

For those who are familiar with going out in the late spring or early summer evenings, you know that it can still be on the cool side.

When it is cool wearing a jacket over your outfit can be a bit uncomfortable. This article and sewing pattern were designed to introduce the reader to a unique Kimono-style top that can easily be worn over most light outfits.

The free sewing pattern for making this homemade kimono top is from, Polkadot Chair. The author is an experienced seamstress and was hoping to help other people who are looking for ideas that they can use to make their own clothes.

The information included in the free sewing pattern is presented in a way that makes it easy to read and follow. This is a nice pattern that will dress up jeans and a tee or make an office blouse look really nice.

Benefits of reading Sewing 101: How to Make a Handmade Kimono Top

Discover a really easy to follow the free pattern for a stylish looking Kimono-style top that can be worn with almost any outfit.

The pattern includes a complete list of all of the necessary materials, supplies, and tools needed to get started.
It also includes a complete, easy to read and follow step by step instructional guide that covers everything from start to finish.

Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

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