Sun and Moon Witch's Robe Kimono Jacket

Categories: Costume, Fashion Accessories, Halloween, Fall

This sun and moon witch’s robe kimono jacket is perfect for a respectful Halloween costume or normal mystical wear. This video tutorial shows how to make a basic kimono jacket that can be created in any color, but black is traditional for witches. I used quilting cotton, but you could try this with any lightweight fabric including chiffon and lace. I used silver, gold, and white Tulip Soft Fabric Paint to create a star inspired splatter paint design. For the sun and moon applique, I used fabrics and Fairfield World Stick Fusible Interfacing. It’s my favorite interfacing for fusible applique, as it doesn’t gum up the needle. I used Decorative Trimmings 4″ black chainette fringe to add weight and movement to the sleeves. Without a substantial trim, the sleeves will stick out a bit. Decorative Trimmings have a lot to pick from. You could certainly add trim to the front and bottom of this kimono.

What you need to make this project

Fairfield World Stick Fusible Interfacing
3.5-4 Yards black cotton fabric
Black thread
1 Yard Decorative Trimmings 4" black chainette fringe
Tulip Soft Fabric Paint in metallic gold
Tulip Soft Fabric Paint in metallic platinum (silver)
Tulip Soft Fabric Paint in matte glacier white
Clear quilting ruler
White chalk
Straight pins
Sewing machine
Stiff paintbrush
Detail paintbrush
Paper towels
Paper plate
Cup of water
Parchment paper
Cup of water
Ironing board

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