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Barcelona Summer Kimono Cardigan Pattern
"This simple summer kimono is so easy to make! You will crochet two rectangles using a series of double crochet stitches as well as chain stitches to make the open mesh. Once you've finished the two rectangles, you simply fold and seam. The pattern uses light yarn and a size J crochet hook to create a perfect piece for the warmer days of summer and spring. Enjoy this beautiful project as you make it for yourself or a friend!"
Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook
Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)
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Jun 11, 2018
Wow. For veteran crocheters, this is very easy to do according to the instructions. Just follow instructions carefully and you will be able to make this simple but presentable Kimono Cardigan. Will also look great in vibrant solid colors.
Apr 14, 2018
Does this stretch out?
Mar 31, 2018
This is a wonderful crochet pattern. With the completion of two rectangles and a little bit of sewing, you can have this basic kimono that will probably become one of those pieces that you grab for the convenience and comfort. I want to make this in more than one color.
Mar 27, 2018
Wow! I can not believe that this Barcelona Summer Kimono is made from two rectangles. I really wish I had the ability to come up with my own patterns. I agree with mulberrygalprincess, how can I not make this? As a matter of fact, make two. A friend will want one. lol
Mar 24, 2018
Okay, fellow crocher S, what's your excuse for not making this? You can't say it's hard because it doesn't get any easier than this. It's too expensive? Hardly! It takes very little yarn and it doesn't matter what kind you use. It's not pretty? Oh come now, it's gorgeous! So since you have no legit excuse I say we make it!
Mar 16, 2018
Yes, oh yes, please! I need this kimono in my wardrobe. I have done enough of these types of kimonos that I know exactly how they are worked up and how they are sewn together. It does not matter what kind of stitch pattern that is used, either It is all the same! Thank you to Mama IN A Stitch!
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