Pattern: Kimono Vest Kima


PDF Sewing Pattern

Size: S to XL (S: 34-36; M: 38-40; L: 42-44; XL: 46-48) (uk 6-20 / us: 2-16)

Our Kima sewing pattern is a versatile, multi-seasonal vest with Kimono inspiration, perfect for those new to sewing.

Whether you're looking for an elegant piece for winter or summer, or a comfortable indoor kimono, this pattern suits all occasions. Wear it as a chic jacket or close it with the included belt to transform it into a trendy top.

For our winter edition, we crafted a version in black patterned velvet, adorned with black satin inserts. Add a fashionable touch to your wardrobe with this elegant and comfortable kimono that adapts perfectly to every season.

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Pattern infos

To make this Kimono Vest, you will need:

Double Fabric Version
- 2 meters of the 1st fabric (Size S to XL)
- 1.10 meters of the 2nd fabric (Size S to XL)
Single Fabric Version
- 3.10 meters of fabric
- a sewing machine
- an overlocker (optional)

Seam allowances are included and visible on the pattern.

This Kimono Vest can be made with various fabrics such as viscose, satin, lace, velvet, crepe, lightweight wool, etc.

Infos PDF


After making your purchase, you will receive an email with your downloadable pattern. (If you encounter any issues during the download, feel free to send us an email, and we will respond as soon as possible).

Please note that you can download your pattern only 5 times. Remember to save it on your computer or in the cloud.


The pattern is available in both PDF A4 and A0 formats. You can print only the size you need using the Adobe Acrobat PDF application (see the explanation in the folder booklet). Choose the layer for your size, the "Base" layer for information, and the "Markers" layer for cutting.

Make sure your printer is set to actual size 100% or custom scale 100%.

We recommend always printing the first page to measure the test square.


Trim the margins on each sheet and assemble them by matching markers. An assembly visual guide is available in your PDF folder.