Monday, January 25, 2010


My niece wanted a clutch so made one for her..........and am sharing a very simple way of making one..

take a desire length you want and stitch a layer of stiffening and a lining over it.

turn over and stitch a border or leave it as it is and at a required distance stitch a small piece of velcro.

take an another piece of the same cloth ....must be 1inch longer then the earlier piece of cloth ...stitch a zip and pockets to this cloth.

then stitch the other part of velcro at the top of the zip.

After finishing these two sides, attach them together and invert it i.e. inside out. And again stitch a straight line all around the clutch and your clutch is ready to use. heres the finished work pics...

Sunday, January 17, 2010


These are the pictures which i have search on the web....they have balloon frock bottom and different you see the balloon frock is quit in fashion and not the old one...infact all the new designs in the      fashion world has the basic patterns so when you know the basic way to make a balloon frock you can alter it with whatever way you want it.

Saturday, January 16, 2010


The cloth has to be rectangle and must become a square when folded for the cutting of umbrella sleeves. The red mark of 8inch is the arm side i.e. you have to stitch this to the arms of your dress. As you do the cutting of the umbrella frock; the all around measurement of the sleeves must be same in the diagram its 5inch.

There is no cutting for the arm you have to just stitch it straight to the dress. If you don’t like the hanging near the armpit side then you can give it the cut as shown below[pink colour]

Wednesday, January 13, 2010