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HOW TO STITCH A CHURIDAR


This is the new churidar I stitched. This is a normal churidar but I've cut the churidar into two parts and again joined them. Now measure from the beginning of the shoulder till 13th inch. Cut at the 13th inch horizontally so that you get two different parts, the breast part and the part below breast. [Take a look at the older churidar & salwar post to have a complete idea]

Just take the breast part , now im gonna sitich darts so that cup shape is formed to fit the breast exactly. Now stitch a small dart on the armhole and the main dart straight to the shoulder. Stitch darts on both sides of the front piece, you can also stitch darts on the back piece. A small dart straight to the shoulder is enough. When you stitch darts on the front piece don’t bring the darts closer so that you don’t get a cone shape.Stitch darts of length 2 inch so that you get a u shape.

Next join the shoulders, stitch the sleeve and then stitch the neck. It will be fine if you give cross piece to neck. After you finish the breast part join it with the bottom part. Fold and stitch the bottoms and sides.

This is the salwar matching to the above one. I’ve stitched a normal salwar with some gatherings so that the hip part is comfortable.


21 comments:

  1. Hello, when you sew the salwar, how low do you want the band to go around the hips? If it stops in the middle of the "buns,hips" won't the seem show if the churidar is a little tighter? Or is the band supposed to go lower than the roundest part of the hips "buns"? Thanks for your help. Great Blog! Margie

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  2. i didnt like .very bad

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  3. i also dont like ... very bad....

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    1. i'm also... too bad!!!!!

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    2. me too...very bad

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  4. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us. This helps beginners like me alot,by the way could you please show how to cut and measure a housecoat which is common among asian housewives. moreover, I am planning to buy a sewing machines could u please advise me on this. Thank you once again

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  5. vry bad.............

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  6. Hi,thanks a lot for giving the correct way and the basic easy way to saw,i would like to know how to take the correct neck depth in front coz when ever i cut the neck line it becomes small or too big....pls pls give me the correct way to do this for an adult and for kids.
    thank you.

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  7. Find and pick some good things from you and it helps me to solve a problem, thanks.

    - Henry

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  8. i like this very much from jana

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  9. This is NOT a churidar, this is a kameez. Churidar is a form fitting pant, also known as tung pajama. What you have shown here is an Anarkali style kameez, which is very commonly worn over a churidar (or tung pajama).

    You are confusing people by not using the proper names for things.

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  10. hi friend iam appreciating your attempt to make that churidhar and share your experience with others

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  11. The colour of dress is good, and also the stiching is good, but i feel like the neck will be so close towards our neck and chin.

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  12. very dirty...............................................................

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  13. very nice exxelent thanx 4 ur help

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