Kimono/Lounge Robe PDF Sewing Pattern
✂ SEWING PATTERN ✂
UK 6-18 / AU 6-18 / US 2-14
Comfortable yet stylish, you will want to leave it on all day while lounging at home. Choose either calf (long B) or mid-thigh (short A) length. The robe is fastened with a detachable belt. The pattern features dropped shoulders, wide placket and sleeve cuffs, as well as a large patch on pockets. The style is versatile and can be made in a wide variety of woven and knit fabrics.
*If you plan to make a duster coat using this pattern, I'd advise to go a size smaller than your robe size, and add splits on the side seams
*This is a digital product, and you will download 4 files after purchasing: - Instruction file (Fabric recommendation, size and garment measurements chart, pattern and cutting layout, step-by-step sewing instructions) (11 pages) - Patterns for A0 and copy shop printing (2 pages) - Patterns for home A4 and US Letter printing (49 pages) - Print tile file you can use to assemble the A4-US letter prints (1 page, don't need to print)
Both pattern files are layered, meaning you can print just the size you need, or all sizes nested together.
*Print ACTUAL SIZE, auto-rotation of the page enabled on your printer settings. Test by printing the 1st page only, to make sure you are printing the correct scale. There is a test square to measure on the first page.
*The patterns are for your use only (sewing for yourself, sewing gifts for the family and friends), and you must not copy, sell or even distribute them for free.
- Instructions book
- Patterns for A0-copyshop printing
- Patterns for home printing A4-USletter
Materials you need at home:
- Fabric suitable for robe
- Fusible interfacing
- Regular machine, overlocker optional
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