Made to Order Unisex Children's Custom Fabric Yukata/ Kimono With Mori-chan style Tsuke Obi set
This set includes a made to order children's yukata (kimono) and an easy on tsuke obi (belt) in any standard clothing size, up to a 10, for both boys and girls. Both yukata and obi are made with cotton. I can also make this item with your personal choice of fabric of any type. All hems and seams are either french seamed or hand sewn. There is no visible machine stitching. Boys sleeves are squared and more attached to the body as pictured in image 4, while girl's sleeves are open at the underarms and have curved sleeves (image 5). Or I can make them truly unisex, with closed underarms and curved sleeves. The yukata can be made to any length. The obi is a personal variation of the tsuke obi, the most commonly worn yukata obi. It uses velcro to fasten around the waist, and can be disassembled for cleaning/ironing. Obi size is based off of waist circumference. Both yukata and obi are made with cotton so you can just throw them in the washing machine and dryer! Contact me for fabric pattern choices in your desired colors for a custom yukata/obi set. Choosing a color instead of custom will result in me choosing the patterns for you. Order with my doll yukata set and receive 10 US$ off combined price. Obi are the traditional decorative belt worn with kimono and yukata.They also are used to spruce up modern wardrobe items like dresses and even t-shirts. Formal obi can be over 450 cm (14 2/3 feet long) and often require assistance in tying. Tsuke obi are modern obi, most so easy small children can put them on with little or no help. Yukata were actually originally robes worn at hot springs, much like dressing gowns here in the west. As time went on they became clothing in their own right, often worn at summer festivals. Think of them as the blue jeans of the kimono family; appropriate for play and work, but you can't wear them to a black-tie affair^^ They are actually seeing a return to popularity by younger generations, possibly because they are easier to wear and care for, and with fewer 'rules' on proper patterns and colors, than formal kimono. For a long time yukata were almost always made of cotton, with white, blue or bluish gray patterns. Now they are made in a variety of bright colors and patterns, 'though cotton is still by far the fabric of choice. Most men's yukata are still fairly plain, with geometric or water-themed prints, whereas women's yukata are often floral patterned. Children's yukata can end up having just about anything on them, from solid colored to toys, Mickey Mouse and Hello Kitty-chan. If you have any questions about the care and keeping of your yukata, or simply want to know more about them, please contact me or visit my facebook at