Hello, trendy ladies! We’ve been looking for knitting patterns for Minimalist Kimonos for some time now. Today we can safely say that our mission is completed. We hope you will agree! A kimono is such an amazing idea for spring and summer, right? Practical, original, so comfortable. It can be mixed with so many outfits for both casual and formal occasions. If you’ve never had a kimono before, try one this season! You will see how addictive these types of clothes are, undoubtedly. The exemplary patterns we’ve found for today amaze us with their simplicity and discrete charm. The authors are brilliant and experienced enough to guide you. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Pastel Delight Summer Shawls and Blue Air Shawls.
Walkiria Kimono Free Knitting Pattern
Rachel Carson Hill evidently is the It girl in the work of handmade fashion. We mean, just look at this lovely kimono! The stripes look beautiful coupled with a simple lacy pattern. Neutral shades like this one will complement your wardrobe like a dream. What are you waiting for?
Level: upper beginner Author: Rachel Carson Hill
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravin’s Designs. More info on Ravelry.
Falling Waters Duster Free Knitting Pattern
So simple and yet so spectacular! This beautiful kimono designed by Alexandra Tavel will make you stand out even from the most fashionable crowd. If you are planning your holiday outfits, you really can’t miss this pattern. Isn’t it so chic? We adore knitting patterns for kimonos!
Level: upper beginner Author: Alexandra Tavel
The original pattern and the photos are on Two of Wands. More info on Ravelry.