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STITCH SALWAR



This is a chudithar pant or salwar that we are gonna learn to stitch. Stitching a pant is easy.
Now let us see the stitching pattern for a chudithar pant(salwar). I have given the readymade measurement. You can try with your own measurement using a sample pant and a inch tape.



MEASUREMENT
  • full length = 100 cm
  • hip = 100 cm
  • bottom = 38 cm
  • a-b = full length = full length - bottom piece = 100 - 4 = 96 cm
  • a -c = (hip/4)-5 = 20 cm
  • b-g = hip/6 = 100/6 = 16.6 cm
  • e-h = (width of cloth/2)-2 = (90/2)-2 = 43 cm
  • h-i = (hip/3)+5 = 20 cm
  • a-f & c-d = (hip/4)-8 = (100/4)-8 = 33 cm
Using the above measurement draw the stitching pattern. Next take the cloth to be stitched. First fold the cloth breadthwise next lengthwise as shown below.



First you have to cut the c-b part , verify the the stitching pattern diagram above. Next keep the stitching pattern and mark the edges of the stitching pattern using marking chalk. Then carefully cut the cloth without disturbing it.


Next fold and stitch the bottom part and then you can join the edges along the side till the end . Do this to both the leg pieces as shown in the figure. Stitch and join the two legs . Keep some gatherings along the waist as shown in the figure. Keep some gatherings so that the c-h part is equal to c-d part , verify the stitching pattern diagram above.



Next cut the a-c part . In the a-c part stitch a small loop for the thread to pass inside the pant , which is usefull to tie the pant. Now attach the c-b part to the a-c part ,verify the stitching pattern above. Stitch them properly so that both diameter becomes equal.


After you stitch them , the complete salwar is ready.

36 comments:

  1. hi.. could you make posts telling how to stitch gatherings salwar pant(churidar/pushback pant)..

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  2. yes for sure. i'll post it soon

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  3. hi good work thanks but can u help me with pant style which is worn with short kurti's waiting for ur reply

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  4. assalamualikum .thanks a lot for this gud job...

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  5. hiii.. can u post explaining how to stitch gathering pants

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  6. my email id is keerthi.ganesan@gmail.com

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  7. please send me the cutting pattern of gathering to my above email id.. thanks

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  8. Hi , can you please let me know the contact details or the institutes that teach the cutting of salwar kamiz of different styles.

    email : awesome_aman@hotmail.com

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  9. Great job...Thanks for ur info sharing....

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  10. all your patterns are very useful.... can u pls post how to stitch gathering pant.....

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  11. This is a shalwaar and not a churidar. They are two totally different kinds of pants! Shalwaar is loose fitting, and churidar is form fitting.

    Please, please, please, use the proper names for things!

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  12. pls show how to stich semi-patiyala

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  13. similarly please show cutting and stitching of a kurti and anarkali kameez

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  14. Please show me how to cut the anarkali salwar kameez top with designer v neck.

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  15. Please show me how to cut plus size anarkali salwar kameez top with designer v neck. my email id is mona.ramdat@gmail.com

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  16. Hi

    great work...
    keep on sharing your knowledge,which will guide many who are interested to sew,but are not sure of how to do it...

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  17. can u please tel me how to you stitch each part in steps.that is which to attach first

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  18. Hi Thaznim,
    Is there any other way of pattern making {cutting} for chudidhar (gather ones). The reason being when we cross cut the material probably that's more of a stretch kind which will not be too tight near thighs and we can give more slim fit.

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  19. thx for the explanation

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  20. thanks for sharing your knowledge. I like Asia's ethnic dresses and I enjoy shopping beatiful material. Cutting material is scary. I need to get right measurements, but I found the some formulas above are wrongly calculated by you. Could you please re-publish the formulas? Japanese

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  21. Hi, great job. I am working on making a pattern for these based on your info here.
    The above person does have a point wherein your last bullet point has incorrect calculations. Where you say (100 / 4) - 8 your mathmatic answer is wrong. Do you mean minus 8 or plus 8?
    I will let you know when I make these pants for myself. Once again, these patterns are great.
    Thanks, Kat http://muffinmuffincupcakecupcake.blogspot.com

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  22. great, could you show how to make new style of salwar

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  23. explain how to stitch the triangle pieces in the pant

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  24. Explain how to stitch the sleeve

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  25. Hi Thaznim Haleel,

    Indeed its very interesting and useful blog. I am a development professional and working for rural community development. I am planning to organize a training for a rural women. This training about train them on sewing saree bouse and churidar. Can I use your pictures and contents to impart training to them. It would be nice if you drop your contact details. My email id is: muthuveeran@gmail.com

    Thanks in advance,
    Muthu

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  26. please tell how to stitch dhoti slwar

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  27. Plz say how 2 take measurement of chiding

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  28. Good job,it makes ease for others to learn stiching patterns

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  29. Dear Thazneem, Indeed good work
    ..I wanted the Chudidaar salwaar (keeping cloth folded diagonally)...i learnt it 10 years back.then I stopped practice.so I forgot..I just wanted some hint..all I remember is its easiest to stich amongst all othet Salwaars
    .

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  30. Hello,
    can you please help me with how to cut a pattern for sewing a children's rumaal/patka to wear to gurdwara? I want to make some for the children at gurdwara.

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  32. Hi, it was good .....:-)i like it

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  33. Great blog. I appreciate your hard work in providing such a wonderful information. Thanks a lot.

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