Chitons exomises and himations for quilting blocks

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This is the list of chitons, exomises, and himations that can be torn up for quilting blocks. The expanded, combined list of all clothes collected so far can be found at List of quilting block clothes.

Most of these items have randomized descriptions and materials, and come in cotton, linen, silk, and wool (with the wool ones not being tearable). Two items can have the same short description, but give different blocks.

The wool ones can't be torn.

Clothing Item[1] Number of Blocks[2] Material Short Description[3] Expanded Description[4]
 <colour> chiton Colours this is true for: black, chocolate brown, cobalt blue, golden-yellow, pale blue, purple, sea green, silver-grey, sky blue, warm gold, yellow.   5 Varies <Colour> <Colour>
 <colour> himation Colours this is true for: blue, bright turquoise.   6 Varies <Colour> <Colour>
 <colour> long-sided chiton Colours this is true for: amber, black, blue, bluish-green, cloudy-grey, green, grey, lavender, olive, pale blue, sea green, turquoise, warm gold, yellow.   5 Varies <Colour> <Colour>
 <colour> tasselled himation Colours this is true for: aqua pearl, azure, bluish-green, cloudy-grey, flame red, light blue, old bronze.   6 Varies <Colour> <Colour>
 <shade> <colour> exomis Colours this is true for: almond-white, apple green, bluish-green, bluish-grey, brown, burgundy, chocolate brown, cream, crimson, flame red, forest green, golden-yellow, green, lavender, leaf green, midnight blue, olive green, purple, sea green, silver, silver-grey, turquoise, white, yellow, yellow-green.   3 Varies <Colour> <Colour>
 <style> <colour> buttoned chiton Colours this is true for: gold, lavender, midnight blue, pale blue, pebble-grey, sky blue, tan-brown.   5 Varies <Colour> <Colour>
 <style> <colour> double-girded chiton Colours this is true for: amber, amethyst, apple green, bluish-green, bluish-grey, crimson, ocean blue, pale yellow, pink, reddish-brown, silver, yellow, yellow-green.   5 Varies <Colour> <Colour>
 <style> <colour> embroidered chiton[5] Colours this is true for: almond-white, apple green, blue, bluish-green, bluish-grey, brown, burgundy, cream, green, grey, indigo, leaf green, olive green, orange, reddish-brown, sea green, sky blue, tan-brown, yellow-green, yellow-orange.   3 Varies <Colour> <Colour>
 <style> silver embroidered chiton This is a <style> embroidered chiton which is detailed with patterns but simple in design. It has tiny <pattern> embroidered in a diamond pattern all over the silver <fabric> cloth. The collar has been trimmed with a metallic squared key pattern, and a slightly more elaborate double-key pattern runs down the centre of the chiton as well as along its bottom hem. This sleeveless garment is fastened at the shoulders with golden clasps and flows straight down to the ankles, skimming happily over every curve.  5 Varies Silver Silver
 <style> <colour> himation[6] Colours this is true for: crystal blue, green, pale yellow.   6 Varies <Colour> <Colour>
 <style> blue himation or blue <fabric> himation[7] Colours this is true for: bright blue, dark blue, pale indigo, pale violet, pebble-grey, red.   6 Varies <Colour> <Colour>
 <style> himation Colours this is true for: blue, cloudy-grey, forest green, lavender, midnight blue, pale amber, purple.   6 Varies <Colour> <Colour>
 Chocolate brown chiton This ankle-length chiton is unusual for Ephebian designs in that it includes a hood that shields the wearer's face from view. Fashioned from thick linen cloth it has been cut as to drape itself heavily around the body, obscuring the wearer's identity even further. As if to finish the task of confusing innocent bystanders it has been dyed in a deep and rich shade of chocolate brown, and embroidered with maroon and silver young maidens and youths dancing in a complicated pattern.  5 Linen Chocolate brown Chocolate brown
 Cobalt blue chiton This is an elegantly cut ankle-length chiton dyed a casual shade of cobalt blue paling towards aquamarine at the feet. It has been adorned with an embroidered border of stylized little ships at sea around the neck opening in white.  5 Linen Cobalt blue Cobalt blue
 Dusty green chiton This ankle-length chiton is cut in a simplistic design to allow freedom of movement for busy hands. Dyed a warm shade of dusty green it has been carefully embroidered with groves of olive trees in shades of leaf green and tiny black flecks. An intricate border of embroidered olive leaves circles the hem at the feet in bright shades of gold and bronze.  5 Linen Dusty green Dusty green
Flame coloured chiton 5 Linen Orange Linen dyed with a flame pattern
Flowing himation 4 Linen Yellow Yellow
Olive green exomis 3 Cotton Olive green Olive green
 Pebble grey chiton This ankle-length chiton drapes itself elegantly around the body, fluttering on the slightest breeze. Its base colour is pebble grey, and carefully embroidered swirls of wind have been scattered all over the fabric in seemingly random clusters in shades of blue and light grey.  5 Linen Pebble grey Pebble grey
Sheer sky-blue chiton 5 Linen Sky-blue Sky-blue
 Short <colour> chiton Colours this is true for: azure, black, blue, bluish-green, brown, flame red, golden-yellow, green, indigo, ivory, leaf green, lilac, midnight blue, ocean green, olive green, purple, silver-grey, turquoise, yellow-orange.   3 Varies <Colour> <Colour>[8]
 Short <colour> chiton Colours this is true for: pink.   3 Linen <Colour> <Colour>[9]
Silver himation 6 Linen Silver Silver
Silver-grey double-girded chiton 5 Silk Silver-grey Silver-grey
 Simple red himation This is a simple himation cut to flow freely around the shoulders and dyed a deep shade of red. This is a piece of workman's clothing, and no adornments or embroideries have been added to it.  6 Linen Red Red
Simple white himation 6 Linen White White
 Slate grey chiton This is a heavy, ankle length chiton cut to convey solemn elegance. Dyed a deep slate grey it is lined with dark purple hems and slowly fades toward a lighter shade of silvery grey at the neck. A purple border of meander keys have been embroidered around the foot hem with intricate attention to detail.  5 Linen Slate grey Slate grey
Stained and crumpled himation 6 Linen White Stained white
 Thistle green chiton This ankle-length chiton is cut in a generous design that allows the incredibly thin, almost gauzy fabric to ripple and fold around the wearer's body on the slightest breeze. Its base colour is thistle green with the occasional fleck of thistle flower purple, and silver-lined clouds have been embroidered painstakingly along the hems in great detail.  5 Linen Thistle green Thistle green
 Wheat yellow chiton Cut in an elaborate, flowing design, this light linen chiton goes all the way down to trail along the ground at the wearer's feet. Dyed a warm shade of wheat yellow it has been embroidered with bright red poppies and cheerful blue cornflowers, resembling a field on a bright summer's day. To finish off the image, a narrow sky blue border has been embroidered around the neck opening. Oddly enough there seems to be tiny black and white birds waddling about in the field here and there, looking slightly lost.  5 Linen Wheat yellow Wheat yellow


  1. See Kefka's Item Database for details where to find items
  2. Exact number of blocks can vary somewhat, according to damage and possibly some other factor. Number should be what you usually get from a fully-mended item.
  3. Color seen in inventory
  4. Color seen when block or applique examined
  5. Has the description: "This is a <style> chiton in a <description> <colour> <fabric>. It is embroidered with a simple pattern of <pattern> along its trim. It's worn without an overfold but belted at the waist and pinned at both shoulders with simple clasps. It reaches to the knees, making it a very practical piece of clothing to work in."
  6. Has the description: This is a <style> <colour> <fabric> himation. It is designed to wrap around the wearer's waist before hanging loosely from the left shoulder exposing whatever is worn (or not worn) below it. The hem has an embroidered band of <pattern> patterned along its whole length. It is nothing but truly <style>.
  7. Note: Descriptions say blue, but they tear up into different colours. Has the description: "This <style> himation has been carefully dyed a pleasant shade of blue and decorated with tiny blue <pattern> in a solid band along the hemline. Draped from just one shoulder, the fabric flows nicely over the body and could also cover the head like a veil."
  8. This <style> <shade> <colour> chiton is made of a coarse <fabric>. It's worn pinned at two shoulders, without sleeves, but with a belt so that it hangs down only to the thighs. A pattern of black <pattern> decorates the fabric.
  9. A simple square of fine linen, soft and loose, drapes gently around the body, fastening at the shoulders with an array of small silver pins. Traditionally worn with a girdle to gather it in at the waist, the linen falls in soft folds across the wearer's shoulders, and reaches to mid-thigh.