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GARMENT SEWING: The Wiksten Haori Jacket - Wait List

The Wiksten Haori Jacket

"It's fully lined so that all the seams are beautifully hidden while giving it the feeling of a lightweight blanket without batting. The construction of the jacket makes it reversible, so the options are endless..." — Jenny Gordy, Making Magazine

Price: $215 to $265
$195 + $20 to $65 Materials

In this two-day sewing boot camp (with lots of snacks & coffee breaks), Katie Whittle, a garment sewing educator with over a decade of experience, will lead you through all the sewing basics, from sewing machine set-up, translating sewing patterns, to hemming. A bit of sewing experience is needed, and all machines and materials are provided. Go home sporting a beautiful & functional kimono style jacket complete with "I made this!" bragging rights.

Project Features

- Fully reversible
- Lined with linen/cotton blend
- Sizable pockets
- Collar
- Cuffs

Level: Advanced Beginner
Some sewing experience is required

Skills Learned

- Sewing machine anatomy and set-up
- Reading sewing patterns
- Taking measurements
- Selecting pattern size
- Cutting and marking patterns
- Staystitching
- Pocket construction
- Installing facings
- Understitching
- Proper pressing
- Interfacing
- Hemming


  • The Wiksten Haori Jacket pattern (available at KH workshop)

  • 3 yards of outer fabric. Medium weight woven fabric such as twill, light canvas/denim, cotton/linen blends.

  • 3 yards lining fabric. Light to medium weight woven fabric such as chambray, cotton/linen blends, and quilting cotton.

  • 2 1/2 yards lightweight fusible interfacing

  • All Purpose polyester thread in color matching outer fabric.

Maker Kits

Students may choose to purchase the full kit including fabric from us (+ $50) or bring your own fabric. 

Full Kit: Wiksten Haori Jacket pattern, 3 yards of lightweight canvas, 3 yards of Yarn Dyed Linen/cotton blend lining, and coordinating thread.

Partial Kit: Wiksten Haori Jacket pattern

Explore the Wiksten Haori Jacket

- Photos & sewing review by Sienna Parfitt of Not A Primary Color blog
- Explore #wikstenhaori to see examples of projects
- Read Wiksten Kimono Jacket article in Making Magazine issue #4

Earlier Event: November 18
LEARN TO SEW: Fremont Tote