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Hudson Kimono

By: Bailey Williams from hookedontillylife.com
Updated February 08, 2019
Hudson Kimono
Hudson Kimono

"Today I have a unique garment for you all, the Hudson Kimono uses a textured stitch called the “Soft Cluster” once blocked gives a BEAUTIFUL drape and gorgeous look. I discovered this stitch when my Father in Law found a crochet stitch book in his storage room. I am sadly the only one in my family who crochets or knits, but on the bright side I was instantly given this amazing book! I know it’s been a hot minute since my last garment design, but I really wanted to take a step back and learn a new way to convey my points when writing my patterns. I know it can be seriously frustrating when you just don’t understand what a designer is instructing within their pattern. You will notice schematic’s showing up in my designs from this point, hopefully they help to give a better idea on what the pattern is trying to convey. The best part of this kimono is you can choose to crochet or knit the ribbing. I’m a big fan of the good old fashion 1x1 knit rib. Different from anything you’ve seen before? Maybe. Totally nifty? I think so! Not a knitter? No big deal, just follow the crochet instructions. If you know both crafts this project is a great way to showcase both skills."

Intermediate

Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook, J/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeCluster Stitches

7 Sts = 4”

6 Rows - 4”

Finished SizeXS/S, M/L, XL/2XL, 3XL

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