Ladies Kimono Robe Tutorial (free pattern)

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This comfortable robe is perfect for a selfish sewing project.  I love this kimono robe sewing tutorial. There is a free pattern . Great DIY idea.Make yourself a little something that is beautiful, comfortable and easy to wear.  This robe is only a few simple seams and can be easily completed in an afternoon.

For this project you will need:


2 1/4 yards lightweight woven fabric, 60″ wide

Sewing Essentials (scissors, pins, etc.)

Ladies Kimono Robe Tutorial (free pattern)

Step 1 – Assemble the pattern cut out pieces

You will need to assemble the free pattern.  For instructions on how to assemble the sewing pattern click here.

Cut 1 Back on fold and 2 Fronts (mirror images). The Front and Back are on the same pattern piece to conserve paper. You can trace them off separately, print off two copies, or just fold the front part out of the way while you cut the back and vice versa.

Cut 2 Belt Loops

You will also need 1 strip of fabric 4″ high and long enough to go around your waist and tie.

Step 2 – Begin to Sew

All seam allowances are 1/2″. Finish off raw edges of seams with a zigzag stitch or a serger.

Make belt loops by folding piece right sides together so that long edges touch. Stitch.

Turn right side out with a safety pin.

Step 3 – Add the loops

Baste raw edges to the right side of the Back as shown. A notch on the pattern shows the placement.

Step 4 – Sew the sides and finish the edges

Sew shoulder seams, right sides together.

Sew underarm seams, right sides together. Clip to seam at underarm.

Fold neckline and front edge 1/4″ to the wrong side, then 1/4″ again. Press. Topstitch hem in place.

Fold bottom edge to the wrong side by 1/4″, then 1″. Press. Topstitch hem in place.

To create a belt, fold long strip in half, right sides together. Stitch.

Turn right side out. Finish raw edge by folding under short end by 1/4″ and 1/4″ again, then topstitching.

Get the Free Sewing Pattern Below:

You can get a free copy of Adobe reader here. By downloading  you are agreeing to pattern terms of use. Click the picture of the pattern envelope to download the .pdf !


I love this kimono robe sewing tutorial. There is a free pattern . Great DIY idea.
Jess DeWit

Jess DeWit

Designer and Founder at Gracious Threads
Gracious Threads began as a place for Jess to share all the sewing she did for her friends and family. It soon grew, as other sewists shared her love for simple, practical clothing for kids. Jess lives with her husband and 3 children on their Canadian dairy farm.
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