Diy kimono

Learn how to make your own kimono with these easy DIY steps. Express your unique style and elevate your wardrobe with a handmade kimono that's sure to turn heads.
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Can you believe it's the LAST DAY of Scarf Week projects? Part of me is sad, because seeing all of the amazing things being made by my fellow Scarf Week-ers was ahhhh-mazing... but part of me is slightly glad I can stop sewing for a little while. You know I'm not exactly good with needles and thread

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Quick and easy diy fall kimono coat. No pattern required and a super simple sewing project to make in your favorite fabric. It's perfect in cooler months and roomy enough to layer. Breezy in warmer months. Make a great beach coverup or belt it closed to worn as a dress or coat | Thriftanista in the City #StickItToLint ad Kimonos, Diy Clothing, Couture, Kimono Sewing Pattern, Diy Kimono, Kimono Diy, Sewing Clothes, Kimono Pattern, Kimono Jacket

Quick and easy diy fall kimono coat. No pattern required and a super simple sewing project to make in your favorite fabric. It's perfect in cooler months and roomy enough to layer. Breezy in warmer months. Make a great beach coverup or belt it closed to worn as a dress or coat | Thriftanista in the City #StickItToLint ad

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This is an old tutorial I made a long time ago, but I don't think I ever added it here. Feel free to download it and use it as a reference sheet, and good luck with your sewing! Important note: When I say the exact middle of the blue seam, I mean that in a horizontal sense: if you drew a line down your shoulder into your arm, the midpoint of that blue seam will be on that invisible line (as seen in the reference photo). Not that the seam itself should sit on top of your shoulder. Also, the…

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