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One Yard Kimono Top Tutorial

By: Caroline for carolinehulse.com
One Yard Kimono Top Tutorial
One Yard Kimono Top Tutorial
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Make transitioning your wardrobe from summer to fall a total breeze with this One Yard Kimono Top Tutorial. This sew simple sewing tutorial is a great way to create a gorgeous kimono-inspired top that's fabulous as a summer blouse or as a lightweight jacket for cooler autumn weather. With this one-yard wonder, you can transform your favorite printed jersey knit into a chic top that looks amazing with a skirt and sandals or skinny jeans and your favorite pair of boots. This easy sewing tutorial is great for beginners and is a wonderful way to hop on current 70s style trends without spending a lot. Treat your wardrobe to an awesome autumn makeover with this 2-hour sewing project.

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Love this kimono design. Has anyone made this yet? I could see using some really pretty silky fabric so that this flows softly. This is very graceful and reminds me of butterfly wings! Would make a lovely gift for a new mom or someone on the hospital,to perk them up, yet be easy to wear once they get home. Thanks for sharing!

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