Saturday, February 20, 2010

STRAIGHT CUT CHURIDAR

Hello friends.....out of all the pattern of churidar cutting i like this cutting the best and as always its very easy and more over you can make it with the belt or without it.....including this... this churidar without the belt can be sew for the boys and men.. so here is the tutorial.

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.
same view.
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 .





22 comments:

charity said...

Thanks for the tutorial.I love this style too.The churidaar looks very nice with Indian kurtas.

naxatra said...

Hi,
This is mostly not a churidar and it is called pyjama.
Churidar is the fitting salwar which gives u a neat look.
I want to know how to cut out a churidar of tht style.

Thanks,

Jyoti

SONIE said...

this is straight cutting for the churidar.....it too fits well if you take the correct measurements of angle and knee.....n this is not a pyjama.....will be posting a tutorial for it soon...

Beryl said...

good post sonie.. can you post a tutorial on how to sew neck facing for kurta.

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sathya said...

HI ,
i am sathya. your tutorial is very nice to every one know how to stitch. it is very simple and easy to understand

Vishku said...

Hi,
You have described nicely, will you please give the trianle measurements please

raviji said...

dear sonie,

thanks for ur teaching that too in simple language

ShienieSweets said...

hi thanks for explaining i ve got one question.. what measurements do i need to cut a triangle?

khatijah_b said...

hi...i juz came across your tutorial...ittks is very nice...can you show how to draft the pattern for STRAIGHT CUT CHURIDAR...

Anonymous said...

thnx 4 sharing.. ur teaching way is superb.. but it is called chunt wali shalwar not churidar.

shanash said...

Hi, Please you give me the exact measurements for each bit... i really need to make this... and can someone let me know if there's any tutorials any video's of how to stitch a churidar... that would be very helpfull ;) thnk u.... shanaz

Anonymous said...

Hi
I have decided to learn stitching and planned to buy a sewing machine. Could you suggest me a good sewing machine?

Nithya

Thilagavanirajeshkumar said...

hi i m thilaga i want measurement of patiyala sudi,,, there s various type of patiyala pant bt i don't know the correct measurement of cloth pls give some common size and that measurement

parveen said...

Hai
Sonie u r way of explain was very easy&understanding
Can u post more way of cutting pattern for me
Iam very much intreats in tailoring tq

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Ur blog is very simple and easy to understand:)

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Can u tell me how to stitch anarkali kurta.?

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SONIE said...

thanks for the comments...and some of the answers to ur comments..

the triangle measurement has to be bottom 4 to 5 iches length 6 yo 7 inches.

pataila salware needs 3 and half metre colt to 5 metre of cloth..

anarkali tutorial will be coming soon...