WIP Wednesday – Diamond lace kimono

Happy Wednesday readers!

I have to say it’s been a bit hard to knit or crochet today, as it’s been super hot in Melbourne! But I realised that there is a project I have yet to share with you.

A little while back, I may have mentioned that my lovely nana sent some yarn in a parcel and I have decided to follow the current fashion and use it to make a lacy kimono. I feel like kimonos have been everywhere this season, and I’m very happy to me making one (which I probably won’t use until autumn, but that’s okay!).

The pattern I’m following is a free pattern by Kaitlin Blasing from Originally Lovely. I love this pattern, the only issue is that the gauge was a bit confusing to me. It read 16 stitches = 10 cm , but I’m not sure how many rows, or even if that was using stockinette. Oh well, I’ve started and I shall see, but it seems good so far, I think I will definitely fit in (I’ve tried wrapping it around me and so far so good!)

Here it is, isn’t the pattern lovely?

I’m really looking forward to finishing it, it’s supposed to be knitted in one piece starting from the bottom and I’m almost at the neck, yay!

What have you been working on this week? I’d love to know ☺️




Filed under Knitting, WIP, Work in progress

19 responses to “WIP Wednesday – Diamond lace kimono

  1. That’s lovely! Have you checked on Ravelry to see what other people have listed for gauge? Maybe you’ll be lucky and someone has addressed the gauge issue:)

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  2. claire93

    looks lovely in white which really shows off the stitches nicely.

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  3. Deb

    VERY pretty! Enjoy your warmth ,as I’m busy shoveling wood in the stove to enjoy some heat.😀

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  4. This looks lovely!

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  5. What?!? It’s kinda chilly in Melbourne….Florida. 😎
    That looks beautiful 💕

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    • Lol unfortunately not the same weather in Melbourne Australia! I’ve been living in subtropical Australia for almost 6 years and just moved to temperate weather, and I feel cold most of the time 😂 and thank you 😘

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  6. I love kimonos, can’t wait to see the finished product!

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  7. Emma your knitting is incredible! This is going to be spectacular ❤️❤️

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  8. AJ

    Such a pretty pattern!

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  9. That is going to be lovely! The yarn really shows off the pattern to great effect!

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