" Kimono Row - All the Kimono, Jackets,
Suits & Coat patterns we carry in one place"
Here are all the Kimono and jacket patterns we carry in one place for
your convenience. The kimono and kimono jackets are most popular with
silk painters, shibori artists and sashiko enthusiasts. It is one of
the most easy styles of garments to make plus it's incredibly comfortable.
It's simplicity of style allows the fabric designer to shine as it
is the perfect canvas for her/his works.
Dana Maries Designs
#143 Japanese Michiyuki - Misses Extra Small (6-8) to 2XL (26-28)
This three-quarter length kimono-style jacket originated in the 20th century
as an over-kimono coat that was worn for extra warmth and/or protection which
out and about. Its low , square neckline was designed to attractively
frame the overlapping neckbands of the kimono and under-kimono worn underneath.
Today, the Michiyuki is also worn as a dressy overcoat, casual coat-dress,
and artist's or work smock, perfect for studio or garden tasks. Lengthened
and made out of water-repellent fabric, it also functions as a raincoat.
The pattern features a double-breasted front opening, kimono style sleeves
that are large enough to fit over a kimono underneath, narrow neck band with
mitered corners, and a hand pocket hidden in the front seam. Covered
buttons are purely decorative; snap fasteners attach the overlapping center
fort panels, so no buttonholes are needed.
FW#129 Japanese Hapi & Haori Misses 6-20; Men's 34-44
For formal occasions or everyday layered dressing, either jacket offers a
special touch to any wardrobe. Simple rectangular shapes are great for inventive
color and texture combinations. A pattern for the tabi, the traditional split-toe
slipper socks, is included. Suggested fabrics: For the Hapi, choose light
to medium-weight soft or crisp cottons or blends; silks with body such as
noil or shantung; linen; wool. For the Haori, choose light to medium-weight
soft fabrics with drape such as silk, rayon, or blends. For the Tabi, choose
medium-weight cotton or blends. Fabrics with nap, pile, or one-way design
are not suitable for either jacket.
While not exactly a kimono it has a strong oriental
influence which was popular in the 20's and 30's
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