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1  Tri-Coloured Yakata in CHALLENGE 52 ENTRIES by ChibiMethos on: July 01, 2010 08:13:12 PM


My project is a light weight, three coloured summer Yakata. This is a more casual version of a Japanese Kimono. It took me about 6 hours to make, and I used three king sized, flat sheets I got at the thrift store. The top part is light purple, the bottom is peach and the collar and sleeves are meduim pink.

I used the seams on the sheet so I didn't have to hem it. Cheesy

I also used a brown camo print fabric for the yoke of the yakata. Using a wild, print fabric for the yokes of the kimonos and yakatas is make is my signature.

Here are the sheets before I got started:







This is the yoke before it was put in:



Finished yakata:

FRONT:


SIDE:


BACK:


FRONT COLLAR:


BACK COLLAR:


FRONT BODY CLOSE-UP:


SLEEVES:


HEM:


YOKE IN PLACE:


SITTING VIEWS:





This was a fun project! Thanks for looking! Smiley
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