Hexakimono cardi

I have tested a crochet pattern for a kimono. The designer is Maria Valles

The kimono is composed by 2 hexagones. The construction is quite clever : the folding makes the sleeve and the two pieces are assembled to form the back. 

The wool I used is the one recommended by the pattern. It is unspun wool from Island. This wool is very light but super warm. I could not find a store in the uk that sold it. The pattern requires 4 skeins : it is not much and the wool is not very expensive but I paid a bit in delivery charges. 

After blocking the kimono, the drape is very nice. The pattern is versatile and the length can be changed.


19 Comments Add yours

  1. Très joli, bravo ! Parfait pour les 1ers frimas de l’automne ou pour cocooner à la maison 🙂


  2. Emma says:

    Oh this yarn looks so lovely an squishy! And the kimono looks so beautiful, kimonos will definitely be the thing this winter 😉


    1. Marion says:

      I love kimono and this pattern has perfect proportion

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  3. Magnifique ta petite veste kimono au crochet, la couleur est sublime. Bravo !


    1. Marion says:

      Merci ! Oui j’aime beaucoup cette couleur aussi !

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  4. Ausra says:

    Très jolli…


  5. 33francine says:

    magnifique joli modèle et qui doit être très agréable à porter – bravo


  6. Elle est très réussie ta veste. J’aime beaucoup !!


  7. Rachel says:

    Il est super beau et il te va parfaitement ! Je trouve la forme vraiment géniale !


  8. Sabrina says:

    je suis amoureuse de ton gilet!!


    1. Marion says:

      Merci !il est très simple à faire !


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