This 1912 Kimono Dress pattern won the 2004 Young Designers’ Contest. Miss Amanda Kastner designed her winning entry based upon fashion plates from 1911 and 1912, creating a kimono-style bodice with an optional inset. The overskirt can be made in a coordinating or contrasting color. This pattern is very easy to make and so comfortable to wear!
- Sizes 6-26 all included, with instructions for “D” and “DD” sizing.
- Instructions included for nursing mothers to make a nursing dress!
- Easy style to dress up or down with fancy or everyday fabrics.
- Click to download the Kimono Dress Pattern Chart.
- Photo Instructions coming soon!
This pattern is rated intermediate because of the bodice inset, but a beginner should have little trouble creating a beautiful dress with limited help. Be sure to visit this designer’s own website, Hint of History Patterns, for more of her beautiful, inspiring work!
Note: If you purchased a copy of this pattern prior to March 13, 2006, click HERE for corrections/revisions. Also note that the yardage chart was incorrectly printed for some months (we don’t know how many)! This was caught on February 16, 2011. If you have the incorrect chart, you can download the correct one above or drop me a line for a replacement.