Question: How many yards of fabric do I need to make a kimono?

How much fabric is needed for a kimono?

How Much Fabric do I Need to Make a Kimono? For the traditional look, you will need one bolt of fabric for each kimono you are making. This fabric is called tanmono and for women, you need 11 1/2 meters in length by 36 centimeters in width (approx. 35 feet long by 14 inches wide) just for the womans version.

How many yards do I need for a kimono?

There are nearly infinite variations on the classic kimono, but for this simple design you will need a piece of fabric measuring 40” x 55” and 2 yards of accent fringe.

How many yards of fabric do I need for a robe?

Yardage will depend on the length of the robe. I recommend purchasing at least 3 yards per garment. 1 or 2 spools of thread.

How do you prepare a kimono?

6:2747:22How to Make an *Authentic* Kimono - The Easy Way - YouTubeYouTube

How much fabric do I need for a short kimono?

Heres what you will need: 1.5-2.5m fabric, depending on the length you want (I used 1.7m for mine)*

How do you improvise a kimono?

0:443:26DIY: Kimono Tutorial Using a Scarf - YouTubeYouTube

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