" Traditional KIMONO making is very complex, I am implementing how to make it simple as possible."
This course was filmed live DIY YUKATA Class at American Buddhist Study Center and edited by our volunteer video production crew including Yukiko, herself.
Yukiko is still editing lecture videos and will update simple way of making YUKATA. She also plan to do Q&A live chat.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please use a comment box under each lecture. Thank You.
Yukiko Sato, a wardrobe & KIMONO stylist born in Miyagi, Japan and worked in Tokyo and now living in the US, is on a mission to bring handmade KIMONO stitching techniques to the world of minimalism of fashion.
Yukiko's goals are Zero Waste: she wants the KIMONO making skills to adapt into garment making.
“Japanese KIMONO making is a Zero Waste process... Zero waste pattern, Zero waste to store and Zero waste by recycling old garments."
StartSODE (Sleeves) Sewing (12:15)
StartUSHIRO MIGORO (Center Back) & KATAATE (Shoulder Patch) Sewing (15:04)
StartMIGORO (Body) Sewing (17:07)
StartOKUMI (Front Strips) Sewing (9:51)
StartSUSO (Hemline) Sewing (7:47)
StartERI (Collar) Sewing (1) (6:46)
StartERI (Collar) Sewing (2) (10:07)
StartKAKE ERI (Reinforcement Collar) Sewing (9:10)
StartSODE TSUKE (Attaching Sleeves) Sewing (8:21)
Frequently Asked Questions
Enjoy Japanese YUKATA sewing with Yukiko Online.