7 — Now, close the dress, by folding the pattern downward on itself, colors on the inside. Make sure the dotted lines match up!
8 — Now pin it together and sew the remaining seams! This means, the bottom seams of the sleeves and the side seams of the kimono.
9 — Turn the pattern inside out... And ta-da! Your very first, hand-made kimono!
10 — No kimono is complete without the Obi, a kind of belt. Usually on a woman it can measure more than 14ft or 450cm! Of course, we use a slightly shorter sash, but it still looks gorgeous. Tie it in a knot or a bow around the waist to give a finishing touch to your kimono.
There you have it! Wasn't that way easier than you expected?