Sari Silk Ribbon Kimono Jacket
April 14, 2011
If you are a new knitter and you are ready to go to the next step after scarves, this is a wonderful project for you. I personally designed it and walk you through every little step with un-daunting techniques. If you can cast on, bind off, knit and purl you can make this!
Inspiration: Colors change the life energy of my soul. I love putting on bright colors. They make me feel luxurious, inventive and relaxed. So, in the spirit of being cozy, wearing color and re-capturing the wonderful essence of the kimono I present to you a kimono-inspired jacket made from the unique recycled silk sari ribbon.
You can either purchase the kit or just the pattern.
If you would like to get the kit you can click on either of these links (there are two different sizes)
Click here for: Ch’i Recycled Silk Ribbon Kimono Jacket Kit XL-XXL
Click here for Ch’i Recycled Silk Ribbon Kimono Jacket Kit S-L
if you would just like the pattern, click here
Okey dokey, I’m gonna walk you through which ones are good for the kimono:
So go to this link: http://www.darngoodyarn.com/products?search=180+ft&search-submit=
And those are the ribbons you can use to construct the body of the jacket. Then for the collar, you can visit this link and select a color from there: http://www.darngoodyarn.com/products?search=lux+adventure&search-submit=
If you need any help mixing and matching, email me (or call!) that’s what I’m here for and I would love to help you design your own color pallet.