Ko Ko Kimono

kimono sweater

Yarn: Rowan Cashsoft DK in Clementine
Needles: Addi Natura Sz 6 24″ Circular
Pattern: Ko Ko Kimono from Jil Eaton’s Minnies

Never has one small article of clothing caused to me to swear so much.


Moving on then. I changed the garter edging and roll neckband in the pattern to moss stitch, along with using Japanese shortrows at the neck to save myself from dealing with a nasty stair step bind-off. I knit the sleeves seperatly and then sewed them on instead of picking up the stitches and knitting them off the body. In the end I ended up needing three balls of yarn, but only used the last one for seaming and the ties on the front. This greatly annoyed me but I did need the 300 yards the pattern said I would.

1 Response to “Ko Ko Kimono”

  1. 1 Sandra

    This kimono is one of the loveliest thing I’ve ever seen. I wanna knit the same!

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