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I am “OBSESSED” with kimono jackets. I saw a tutorial a few months back and I just had to make one.
The tutorial was very easy to follow and I was very happy with the end product.
To make this great jacket click here for the tutorial.
Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by, I greatly appreciate it.
Happy Sewing & Until Next Time,
22 thoughts on “Easy to Sew Kimono Jacket Using a Structured Fabric”
Thank you. I was happy and shocked at how well it turned out. #tryingtoimprovemysewingability
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Thanks for sharing this! I love structured fabric as well. Cute!’
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Nice! Thanks for sharing 🙂
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I like the kimono silhouette, looks very comfortable yet so stylish. Your choice of fabric is excellent, the print is so elegant and grown-up.
Thank you for sharing the tutorial video, I am thinking of sewing this but will extend mine to a knee length garment.
You did great, I too would have been very happy if that was my end product! 😀
Your Kimono is very classy, I can imagine it paired with dainty heels and a slinky black dress on the inside.
Have a fantastic weekend.
Wow! Leanne Barlow’s blog is so great, I’ve added to my blogroll. it’s always nice to find super helpful blogs 🙂
Yes…. I love sewing blogs. Beaute’ J’adore.com and Merrick’s Art.com are a few other blog not on WordPress, that I really love. If you haven’t already, please check them out and let me know what you think. The 1st one I mentioned is my #1. I love her taste!
Yes, Nikki is one very stylish lady, I’ve followed her for a while now. I’ll check out Merrick’s Art. Thank you!
You are welcome and please send any of your recommendations this way!!
Thank you…..that is a great idea to extend the jacket to knee length. Love your creativity! Have a wonderful weekend as well!!
I think you’ll love this one- http://www.peppermintandpaisley.com . It reminds me of your own blog, in the sense that it’s a mix sewing and cooking recipes
Lady ID is a perfectionist, she really inspires me to improve my sewing techniques.
Love…..she has a cape…oh my… the details and beauty of the inside are just fantastic. This is a good one, thank you!
For design inspiration and amazing sewing techniques, http://www.thecuttingclass.com is brilliant.
This is fantastic! Thank you so much!!
You are quite talented, i should say 🙂
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Nice job! 🙂
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