HP 1251 DL Wong-Singh-Jones Dragonfly Kimono

(2 reviews)
9.00 (in)
12.00 (in)
0.50 (in)
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This is the print-at-home version in A0,
Arch E, A4 and letter sizes. If you'd prefer
the classic paper pattern version click here.*

You *could* make a classic rectangular-cut

kimono...or you could make this gorgeous
version, perfect for fluid fabrics like washed
linen, crepe, crepe-de-chine, charmeuse,
panne velvet, chiffon, rayon or viscose.

can also use a drape-y knit like bamboo,
linen or rayon knits, silk(y) jersey, even a
fluid but firm lightweight sweater knit.  

Unfitted, open front kimono has a slightly
loose but not baggy fit, and features classic
kimono-style sleeves with a square-cut body.
Front has a waterfall edge at the bottom half;
features raglan seams and a shorter back.
neckline and hems are finished
with deep hem bands.

You may wonder when you’d need a kimono...you can
wear this floaty beauty as a beach or pool cover-up, to
dress up a jeans & T outfit, as a glamorous evening
cover-up, a sleep or lounge robe, or a travel cardigan.
This gorgeous kimono would also make a fabulous gift
for a special birthday, or a baby or bridal shower...

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All sizes S-M-L-XL-XXL will need around 3 yards or 275 cm fabric.
If you want to use a contrast fabric for the hem, sleeve & neckbands
will *still* need 3 yards/275cm fabric, *PLUS* ½ yard/45cm contrast
½ yard/45cm interfacing for the hem, sleeve & neckbands is
optional, if you do
use it, make sure it doesn’t make your hem,
sleeve & neckbands too stiff.

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



  • 3
    Dragonfly Kimono

    Posted by Terri Barker on 4th Jun 2020

    It would have been helpful if the pattern had included the lengthen/shorten lines on the pattern instead of a diagram in the instructions.

  • 5
    love my kimono

    Posted by Susan Carol Batura on 29th May 2020

    This pattern was easy to put together but took time. I hand finished all bands.