Paper Cut Pattern: Kochi Kimono. The pattern just feels special, when something feels new and expensive you tend to treat it differently. The instructions make you feel like someone is having a conversation with you, they are easy to understand and well illustrated.
You can make the Papercut kimono with pockets, a belt and or lining. I would recommend you baste the band before top stitching, the shape has so few parts to sew together it’s worth spending that extra time, to make it make perfectly. The Paper cut pattern is luxurious but you soon understand why.
The patterns sold have to be of a good quality, easy to follow, include different sewing skills that will add to your knowledge, confidence, along side developing your sewing skills. Here you have the option to buy the pattern, fabric and or fastenings separately, or you can buy a kit, each kit includes everything you need to make the product linked to the paper pattern.