HP 1234 DL Wong-Singh-Jones Kimono Shirt-Jacket

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9.00 (in)
12.00 (in)
0.50 (in)
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Make this elegant Kimono-inspired piece
in fluid blouse-weight wovens like crepe,
rayon challis, charmeuse, voile, washed
linen or chambray, all-over lace, gauze,
georgette or panne velvet. You can also
 use drape-y knits like bamboo, rayon,
light ponte, ITY, silk(y) or linen jersey.

Semi-fitted, unlined shirt-jacket has a
straight silhouette with Dior darts and
side seam-underarm panels. Jacket
features 3/4 length cut-on Kimono-style
sleeves with banded hems. Shirt-jacket
has a rounded collar & lapel, and closes
with buttons. Patch pockets and piping
are optional but highly recommended.

This easy-to-wear beauty can be worn
open as a floaty kimono, buttoned closed
and tucked into pants or a skirt, or as a
soft jacket. Wear with jeans, slim or full
pants or a slim skirt; add a belt or leave
it loose.  And of course, this will make a
truly gorgeous lounge or sleep shirt...

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All sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16-18-20-22-24-26
will need around 2 1/2 yards or 229cm fabric;

you’ll also need to add ½ yard or 46 cm
interfacing, and 5 x ½” or 1.25cm diameter buttons.

If you’d like to pipe your cuffs, collar, center front
edges and pockets, you’ll need
around 4 1/4 yards
or 390cm of inset piping.

 All fabric allowances are for 60” or 150cm wide fabrics.


  • 5
    Beautiful lounge jacket

    Posted by Evelyn Laurenzi on 25th Aug 2020

    I love this jacket. The instructions were excellent and the pattern pieces fit together perfectly. I’m hooked on HotPatterns styles and patterns. I made this in a textured, tone-on-tone cotton/rayon blend in beige with black piping. I know I’m going to get lots of compliments when I wear this.