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Quick Sew Kimono Jacket
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"This is a simple 'snip and sew' project that produces a quick yet stylish result: a kimono-inspired jacket that can be made using one yard (depending on size) of a knit fabric that doesn't fray and therefore doesn't need hemming. Perfect to throw on as a cover-up at the beach or to wear post-workout at the gym, just grab something similar from your closet to give you an idea of sizing and you can be wearing this within an hour!"

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This is an interesting quick-to-sew kimono style jacket. The tutorial explains clearly how to cut your chosen fabric, no pattern needed. Even with a non-raveling knit fabric I would still want to edge finish the sleeve, hem, front opening and neckline edge with some sort of finishing, perhaps by serger. This kimono style makes for a quick robe or beach cover-up.

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