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HOW TO SEW CHURIDAR PANT


This is a pant with some gatherings near the foot. This is also known as gathering pant. This pant has long thin legs so that you can make gatherings near the feet. I've used a sample pant to sew it.
The above figure is the stitching pattern for this pant. You have to cut the a-b part and b-e part seperately and finally attach them together. In the picture below i've cut the b-e part first. As the cloth is not so long we have to cut the b-e part first then in the remaining cloth we have to cut the a-b part.



Now fold the cloth breadthwise then lengthwise and then place the sample pant on top of it like shown in the above picture. You can notice i have marked the outline using marking chalk. Next cut along the marking chalk like the one below.


Next unfold the cloth you'll get seperate two legs. Stitch the sides and join them together.
Next in the remaining cloth we have to cut the a-b part.



In the pattern the b-d part is longer than the b-g part so we have to keep gatherings in the b-d part and make it to the equal length of b-g part( refer pattern). Thats wat i have done and made both joining parts of equal diameter. You can see some gatherings in the b-d part. These gatherings will come around the hip so that the cloth will comfortably fit your hip.



Next you can join them. Leave a small loop in the a-c part to pass the thread. After joining the pant is completed.


51 comments:

  1. thank you for the pattern...can u give me katori blouse cutting please

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  2. Thanks a lot for this post!!!!!!! :-)

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  3. Thanx for all the tutorials.All r usefull.
    Can u teach how to cut and sew Anarkali suit.. plzz..

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  4. check out the umbrella cut frock post . its the same method

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  5. Thanx a lot.
    keep up the good work.
    May Allah bless u.

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  6. good job dear.
    plz can u tell me how to cut & stitch a skirt like this one in the link
    http://i39.tinypic.com/wv90df.jpg

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  7. hi ya easy one only . for this skirt , it has for layers. just look at the umbrella cut frock post. the same method is used but for this type of frock according to the shape of each layer u have to cut. i hape u can understand

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  8. hi! this post is really going to help me alot. im trying to make a salwar kameez suit like the one in this site: http://store.sitagita.com/ProductDetails.aspx?pname=Stylish+Salwar+Suit&pcode=SLZN0919&c1=2&c2=243&c3=1069&eid=28&uid=0
    can u plz give me some advice on this? im new at this.

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  9. and also how to make it. :)

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  10. hi thaznim,
    all your posts are very useful for me.i have a suggestion...churidaar pant comes out well when it is cut on a bias(cross grain)cloth.that way it easily streches and is more comfortable.the top patti part can be cut normally.
    keep up the good work
    regards
    nirmala

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  11. thanks for the tutorial, but I didn't understand the part where you keep gathering for the pant in the centre. do you have to cut separate piece and attach for the gathering. would be greateful if you could explain.

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  12. Dear,

    there is basic problem with this design, I feel.


    It is that the churidar leg cutting should be done diagonally and not length or breadth wise.
    Then only the salwar legs become fit to the leg and somewhat stretchable.

    To achieve that, U need to cut it very differently....
    If I get time to show it, I'll surely add in some blog...

    well, for beginers its OK... but do not expect professional fitting..

    I really liked your blog, your efforts... Pl. take it as constructive comment.

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  13. dear thamizh, the pattern given by you is a simpler method.. the other method where the churidar gets elongates when we sit and stand i.e. taken by cross piece.. pl. give that method also..

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  14. Thanks for this very simple pattern. I'm curious as to why there needs to be so much loose fabric in the crotch area of this style of pants. I bought a salwar kameez suit this weekend, and I find the pants so puffy and baggy at the top that the suit top is puffed out. I was just wondering if you had any insights into this tradition?
    Thanks, Katie

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  15. can u show me how to fold the material for chudidar

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  16. pls tell me the measurements of a-b,b-c .....

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  17. I like sewing like you do.But i like real pattern without copying,cause normal measurements will help me and

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  18. Thank you so much!! (: x

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  19. Hi I bumped into this blog.. I dabble in sewing purely as a hobby and like indian clothes. Do you have a pattern for Anarkali suit?

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  20. thank for this detailed description but when i tried it, it was not as stretchable as i made from the other pattern. please give me more designe.

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  21. can u give me anarkhali cutting plz

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  22. can u give me close neck salwar cutting. thanks for this easy way cutting pant.

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  23. please dhow me how to cut churidar bottom diagonally

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  24. Gathering pant is new for me. However, you tips is really helpful. just wanted to say you thanks for posting this post......

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  25. thanks,but to cut the pattern we need details of fig. wt is a-c,a-b,b-g e-f without hat hw can we make pattern ?

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  26. Beneficial info and excellent design you got here! I want to thank you for sharing your ideas and putting the time into the stuff you publish! Great work!

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  27. Thank you very much!
    Ineed this method! :)

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  28. Its very nice. But this being tight , stitching an extra piece of cloth at the joints (kista) has to be done. else it will tear when we have to sit down

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  29. PLEASE POST THE OTHER METHOD LIKE PROFFESSIONALS CUT

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  30. Please can somebody give the measurements for a medium sized churidar.... does anybody know if theres any video's of how to stitch a churidar because that would be alot of help .... PLEASE SOMEBODY HELP ME!!! i need to know.... shanaz

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  31. thanks for your post:). Good work:)

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  32. A chudidar needs to be cut on bias or crosswise to get the ease and stretchability!?

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    1. u r right... kindly dont try the given pattern... as it will not be comfortable at all!

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  33. pla post the cutting method of dhothi salwar

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  34. please post it back with details.

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  35. can u sent me a video of churidar cuting & sewing?

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  36. wow! this is awesome, i just found your blog and so happy now, i want to learn stitching, from where should i start, i don't know even basics!!!

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  37. thanx for this churidar

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  38. churidar pant design you have given but you did not mention the measurements of it. Please give the measurements of it, so that it will be easy for everyone to stitch the pant.

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  41. thanks a lot your all patterns are very good. I like it very much.if you have some more patterns and these patterns also pls send me.umavijaykumar.uvk@gmail.com

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  42. this tailor does'nt know anything...don't fool people...let them know the actual method...what the hell type of cloths hav u stiched...??this is not any salwar pattern as u have posted....first one is choodidaar that too totally incorrect and second one is harram...how idiotic..!!!

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