First take the cloth, fold it from the center and mark it, in below picture you can see that i have taken the full 2 metre cloth and folded it from the center and marked it.
Note........from the cloth part near the legs we are going to make the belt.
and here is the belt cutting with the measurements.
and in the below picture i have kept the belt above the churidar cutting for the beginners to know as where to stitch the belt.
and you have to cut a triangle, i have kept it in the place where it is to be stitch....the traingle piece is used for the comfort for sitting down and the churidar does not tear soon from the center.......
First stitch the belt and keep it a side.
then the triangle....both the sides
and then the other side of the churidar.
in the below picture i have kept the belt where it must be stitch.
take the belt and mark the sides or give a small cut.....you have to start stitching the belt from the center of the back till this mark
a close up of the small cut.
and when you finish the back part of stitching, you have to start from the center in the front..putting the pleats for the gather of the extra cloth....
Note.....the pleats must be all near the center.
when you finish stitching the belt....turn over and stitch the churidars legs...and stitch the bottom
and your straight churidar is ready.
I have used a very simple language for all to understand ........i myself have learn stitch mostly at home and don't know the terms used for the cutting..........you can please suggest me if you have the other names for the same concepts.
Thankyou all.....and please leave in a comment as to know that whether my effort are worth to post .