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Query from: shafeena, qatar, 02/14/09
Topic: CRAFTS      Submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject: cutting and stiching churidar

i dont know how to cut churidar.please help me.

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Response from: Afreen 123,   
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hi shafeena, here's the procedure.

Body Measurements Cutting the material Designing process Sewing process Hamming process Interlocking process

The first step to make churidar is body measurements

· churidar · Chest · Breast · Waist · Hips · Armhole · Neck diameter · Shoulder (broadness) · Sleeve length · Elbow circumference · Wrist circumference · Front neck depth

pyjama

· Waist · Hips · Length · Inseam · Bottom

Cutting is an important process while sewing chudithat,pyjama, so an expert master is required for that. There are no hard and fast rules for cutting but normally masters make their formulas by own for their satisfaction. And cutting margins and seam allowances are depending upon the fitting desired by the client.

Sewing is based on the cutting as the cutting marked by the stitching line. Sewing man will sew as per the marking.

After completion of the machine sewing, the hand hamming process is to be done with the help of neddle and thread.

Interlocking is last machine process to give an additional strength to the churidar so it is interlocked with good quality thread with zigzag style.

The complete sewing process is upto the finished product

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Response from: prasoona lakshmi,   
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Hi you have to take measurements of shoulders chest and waist.second step is to cut according to the measurements you can check the below site for details http://www.learnstitching.com/2008/… http://www.learnstitching.com/2008/… http://answers.yahoo.com/question/?…

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Response from: @ KaRtiKa,   
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hi

READYMADE MEASUREMENT

* full length = 105 cm * Narrow waist = 39 cm * Bust level = 25.5 cm * shoulder = 38 cm * chest = 92 cm * Waist = 72 cm * Hip = 100 cm * sleve legth = 25 cm

measurements according to the diagram

* 1-2 = full length + 3 cm = 108 cm * 1-6 = arm hole = (chest/4)-2.5 = (92/4)-2.5 = 20.5 cm * 6-7 = chest loose = (chest/4)+2.5 = 25.5 cm * 1-10 = narrow waist = 39 cm * 2-11 = bottom = (chest/4)+10=33 cm * 1-3 = neck breadth = chest/12 = 7.6 cm * 1-5 = front neck = chest/8 = 11.5 cm * u can keep the same length for back neck else back neck = chest/12 = 7.6 cm * 3-8 = shoulder = shoulder/2=38/2 = 19 cm

Now using the below pics you can have an idea how to stitch chudithar top. Using the stitching pattern i've drawn the pattern on a chart. If your gonna stitch in your measurement , take your chudithar and measure it with a inch tape and draw the stitching pattern.

First take the cloth fold it lengthwise first , next fold breadthwise . After that you can place the stitching pattern and mark the edges using marking chalk. The material i've used has a lining material too so first im gonna cut the lining material then the outer material. Beginers never cut both materials together. After cutting the lining material , next im gonna cut the outer material. Be carefull that you dont disturb the cloth. Then cut the outer material. Next join the front pieces and back pieces by stitching them throughout the edges. Next you will have seperate front and back piece. Next stitch the neck part using crosspiece or lining using extra cloth. Next stitch the shoulders of both piece together. Next cut the sleeve part, here i have used 3/4th sleeve and have taken only the outer part so that it will be transparent. Stitch the sleeves to the arm hole. Next the sitch two sides. Fold and stitch the openings below hip. After the sleeves are attached the final outcome , the chudithar top is ready. vist the following web site you can understand properly

http://www.learnstitching.com/2008/…www.bieap.gov.in/foundation.pdf………

http://www.craftandfabriclinks.com/…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=515H…

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Response from: PUNDALIK ADKAR,   
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Please visit the below sites to learn how to cut chiridar:-

http://www.learnstitching.com/2008/…

http://www.tradeindia.com/fp167393/…

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Response from: Shobana Veeraraghvan,   
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Hello Shafeena,

Pls visit these websites you can get great ideas to stitch Chudidhar.

www.indusladies.com/forums/apparel/…

www.scribd.com/doc/2212310/POLINOMI…

You can also get guidence from:

www.ammas.com/ar/home.cfm… www.askagent.com/ar/home.cfm… www.askagent.com/ar/home.cfm…

Shobana

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Response from: ketan mehta,   
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is very simple, you have old churidar, take on hand and get study of no. of part, tailers has prepared such different part and all are assembled by stiching, after your study, take newspaper and try to get such sape of each part, keep some stiching space in cloths, if feel that paper cutting is good and match with old churidar than that paper cutting keep on old cloths, try some part (one or two) with stitch each other, if feel some shape of chudira will occurring than process ahead otherwise try next time, initially have to try for 4 to 5 time, but do not nerves, you have interest than get easily.

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Response from: rathna priya,   
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please visit the below links for more information

http://www.learnstitching.com/2008/…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=515H…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vq97…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iW0O…

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Response from: Bond 007 James,   
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hi,

The Salwar is no longer made according to size, but instead is one size 3X. Since Salwars are made for comfort and typically 1 1/2 times the actual waist I thought why not alter it like the Churidar using personal measurements. I still include the largest size, but I added additional Churidar directions with examples, and drawings. There are 3 different styles. that can be made. The first is the full churidar with no pattern break and cut all on the bias. The second style is made the same only the yoke is created on the straight grain to save fabric. The third style is created just like the Salwar above the seat line and from the seat line below you will use your personal measurements for churidar style or make it more baggy like salwar. The churidar instructions explain the 3 different styles, and help you find your personal size by using a little math, and a step by step approach. Also included is illustrations and examples to help make the Churidar/Salwar to your personal size and style. The Kameez presently fits 3 sizes just like the review says. The 3 sizes and a few alterations help to make the kameez more personally styled for our different body types.

good luck

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Response from: i carly,   
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hi

check the following web site you will see the vedio demo of cutting and stiching churidar

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=515H…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vq97…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iW0O…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNmf…

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Response from: SHYAM ADKAR,   
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Its better if you contact any ladies tailor who is specialist in stitching churidar.

Get the sketches from him, & try that sketches with a rough cloth.

If the churidar is well stitched with that rough cloth, then try the experiment with that good cloth.

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