Wisteria Drops Kimono by Rachel Carson Hill

Wisteria Drops Kimono

Crochet
May 2020
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
10.25 stitches and 6.4 rows = 4 inches
in double crochet
7.0 mm
600 - 800 yards (549 - 732 m)
s/m, l/xl, 2xl/3xl
US
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Wisteria Drops is a kimono that will look lovely in all bright colors, or with all neutrals. It would even pop if it was crocheted all in one solid color.

It is a great summer garment created with 100% cotton yarn so that i keeps you cool. You can dress it up or down however you like, and also wear it as a coverup with your bathing suit!

I used Lily Sugar’n Cream to make my kimono, which is a medium weight 4 cotton yarn. However, it would look lovely in a variety of different types of yarn. I specifically wanted my Wisteria Drops kimono to be a summer item, but crocheted up in wool or even acrylic, and now you have an awesome fall to winter or winter to spring transition piece.

You will need 218(250, 314)g C1(Soft Ecru), 300(315, 328)g C2(Soft Violet), and 89(175, 212)g C3(Blue Jeans).

The kimono pattern is written for sizes S - 3XL.
Ideal Bust Measurements:
S/M : 32”-39”
L/XL: 40”-47”
2XL/3XL: 48”-55”


Kimono Sizing Laid Flat :
S/M: 30” wide x 26.5” long
L/XL: 34” wide x 27.75” long
2XL/3XL: 38” wide x 29” long

Model is 4’11” tall with a 35” bust wearing size S/M

Thank you to my testers Thora and Chantel.

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