Endless Drape Kimono Duster Pattern


Endless Drape Kimono Duster Pattern

Endless Drape Kimono Duster Pattern
Endless Drape Kimono Duster Pattern

"This simple duster is an eye catching piece that you can wear in spring or winter as it pairs perfectly with a tank or long sleeves. The construction is very easy as it's made with two rectangles and then seamed up the back. Sleeves are added with double crochet stitching. You will find a detailed pattern as well as photos to help you along as you make it. Most of it is made with the easy granite stitch which almost looks knit!"


Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

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

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This is a great looking kimono. I have seen these in the stores and I just do not want to pay the price they are asking. I am super stingy when it comes to parting with my money. Now that I have found a pattern that I really feel I can complete, I now can have my own kimono in the color of my choice. Thanks you so very much for the easy free pattern.

As I search through All Free Crochet, I am always stumbling upon items I wish to make and it seems most of the patterns I really want to create are out of my skill level. Was I surprised to see that this kimono duster is under the easy skill level. As I read on, I was happy to see that it is created by crocheting two rectangles and piecing them together. How easy can that be? Even with all the written directions, I am sure I can make this one with ease. Thanks for the pictures on the instructions page.

I want to make this Endless Drape Kimono Duster. It is a very unique but elegant piece of clothing. I know the women would love to have this in their closet. I can imagine this in deep blue or medium teal. Or yellow. Why not?

I am amazed how Mama In A Stitch can come up with such stylish and SIMPLE/advanced beginner-friendly apparel items! I have recently discovered duster length kimonos, and I have realized that they are perfect for shorter gals like me. It actually elongates the legs. I see that the arm holes are built right in to the panels. Afterward, you attach your yarn and create a short sleeve. You could probably make the sleeves long if you like. Love this one!


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