Customize A Robe

My latest tutorial for the Sewing Republic is live – learn how to make yourself a Customized Lounge Robe. The great thing about this project is that it’s designed by you – plug in your measurements, determine your length (I made mine a fun kimono length), and make your own ‘pattern’!

One thing you may notice about this project is that there are no fabric requirements listed in the materials section. Since this robe is customized, your unique body measurements and desired robe length paired with the fabric width can greatly vary the amount of material needed. Consequently, it’s a good idea to take your measurements first so you can determine how much fabric you’ll need – this way you won’t end up with too little to start with or too much material left over. Cant find the fabric you want or the width you need? You can skip heading to the store and raid your linen closet instead (this is a great project to use up sheets or fleece blankets).

4 thoughts on “Customize A Robe

    1. Stacy

      I have some ‘vintage’ (kids) sheets that I’ve been itching to make into some pajamas or a robe. I can see me getting the paper in a robe with Bert and Ernie on the back. 🙂

  1. Beth

    I bought some fleece AGES ago to make myself a robe, only to discover I bought the wrong amount to make the ankle-length version. I’m going to try to use it with your project!

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