Can you make a robe out of a blanket?

You made a robe out of a blanket? Why yes, yes I did. Blankets are always so cozy and soft, unless it’s one of those itchy quilts that you have to use when you sleep over someone’s house and they don’t have any others.

Can you make a kimono out of a blanket?

Introduction: Instant Cozy Kimono Robe Made From Blanket



You’ll want to make all your blankets and comforters into kimono robes. My family were given a couple of fuzzy warm kimono robes like this when we lived in Japan. I wanted to make one ever since then and it turned out to be really easy.

How do you make a kimono out of sheets?

Lay the folded sheet on a surface and cut a slit up the center of the top layer to the fold. Add design to a plain colored sheet by applying paint to a cork’s end and making a zigzag line of dots at the bottom edge of the right panel of fabric. Continue to create a zigzag line of dots up until you reach the fold.

How much material do I need to make a robe?

Yardage will depend on the length of the robe. I recommend purchasing at least 3 yards per garment.



How much fabric do I need to make a robe?

Garment Fabric Width 35-36 inches Fabric Width 50 inches
Dress, short sleeves with straight skirt 4-1/4 yards 2-3/4 yards
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What is the little string on a robe for?

The string on the left inside a robe is meant to run right and be tied to the string on the right side before you tie the strings on the outside of the robe. Doing this will prevent the robe from opening up should the main ( or outside) strings become untied accidentally.

How much fabric do I need to make 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.

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