This bathrobe is very easy to sew, and if you have the right fabric, you will get a great result. The longest part will be to sew the ribbon arround the bathrobe. The bathrobe will be great qith the pajama or one of the nighgowns.
Happy sewing!

–       Back trapezoid: 3” x 4” x 5 ½” x 5 ½” ( 7.5cm x 10cm x 14cm x 14cm)
–       Front: 2 trapezoids: 3” x 2” x  5 ½” x 5 ½”  ( 7.5cm x 5cm x 14cm x 14cm)
–       Sleves: 2 suquares: 3” x 3” (7.5cm x 7.5cm)
–       Ribbon: I juts cut bands of fabric and sew them to the edge of the bathrobe.

Step 1:
–       Take the front trapezoids: draw a mark on the top at 1” (2.5cm) and a mark on the side at 3” (7.5cm). Pleat, put a pin and cut.

Step 2:
–       Sew the front and the back fabric on the shoulders
–       Sew the sleeves. My tip: draw a little mark on the middle of the sleeve and pin it to the middle of the shoulder, so you are sure to sew it at the right place.

Step 3:
–       Sew the ribbon arround the sleeves and the front.
–       Sew the bathrobe together
–       Then sew the ribbon on the bottom of the bathrobe

Step 4:
–       Sew a belt together or use a ribbon
–       Sew it to the middle of the bathrobe on the back at 3” from the bottom (7.5cm)

The bathrobe is ready!

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11 Responses to Bathrobe

  1. lyndsey says:

    i think this is fabualous but i just wanted to say that near the bottom step number 4 you have made a mistake you write wardrobe instead of bathrobe by the way i am just loving all your new ideas and sewing projects.

  2. admin says:

    Thanks Lindsey, I changed to bathrobe! and I changed the d to g too 😉

    Have you seen my new facebook page?

    Take care!

    • aimee says:

      i know you wrote your comment to lyndsey like on september but have you saw how many fans you have now, you used to have 78 now you have 92 and probably more.

  3. Mary says:

    I have just found your website and have 2 grand daughters who love Barbie dolls. I would love to make the bathrobe but I am stuck with what “trapezoids” are and how I measure them? Please help!
    Many thanks

    • missbcouture says:

      Hi Mary,
      Cut a rectangle. Put it so the shorter sides are on the top and bottom. Then cut so the base is bigger than to top. Would be like an unfinished triangle.

      I hope this is clear. The reason I cut the fabric as a trapezoid, is because, it has to fit the shoulders and then be larger on the bottom.

      Let me know how it works.

      Thank you for your message,

      Happy sewing!

  4. Mary says:

    Thank you and I am going to test with paper and old material to see if it works for me!

  5. Julia says:

    I was wondering, do you have any videos to go with your instructions? I’m having a slightly difficult time trying to follow them ):

    • missbcouture says:

      Hi Julia,
      I don’t have any video at this time. But this is in the plan.
      Thank you for your patience,
      Miss B

  6. Heather says:

    I really love your website 🙂 Plz tell me what fabric are you using for the bathrobe? Velour??

    • missbcouture says:

      No it was just a left over piece of bath towel fabric. Although I am sure it will look great with velour.
      Miss B

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