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Cloverleaf Kimono Pattern

$15.00 $12.00

Every baby needs something sarm and snuggly, so here’s the solution! Sashiko quilting is fun and fast and when used on a silky fabric, looks luscious and comfy. The basics of the technique are defined by tracing, basting the interlining to the base fabric, and finally the traditional method of Sashiko quilting by hand. Working the cloverleaf design is an easy feat for those just begining to appreciate this art. The European influence is evident in the graphics and material elements chosen as shamrocks and swirls making up the principal design of the beautifully tailored garment. Fully lined, this darling kimono attaches at the front with silky ribbon ties and fits a Size 1 baby. Luckily this little kimono is suitable for either baby boy or baby girl to wear. Other fabrics include lightweight wool, Swiss flannel, satin, silky cotton, and silk. The quilting is worked with one strand of silk thread.

Every baby needs something sarm and snuggly, so here’s the solution! Sashiko quilting is fun and fast and when used on a silky fabric, looks luscious and comfy. The basics of the technique are defined by tracing, basting the interlining to the base fabric, and finally the traditional method of Sashiko quilting by hand. Working the cloverleaf design is an easy feat for those just begining to appreciate this art. The European influence is evident in the graphics and material elements chosen as shamrocks and swirls making up the principal design of the beautifully tailored garment. Fully lined, this darling kimono attaches at the front with silky ribbon ties and fits a Size 1 baby. Luckily this little kimono is suitable for either baby boy or baby girl to wear. Other fabrics include lightweight wool, Swiss flannel, satin, silky cotton, and silk. The quilting is worked with one strand of silk thread.