Saturday, February 13, 2010

DRESS MAKING - 20 .CHUDIDAR PYJAMA

CHUDIDAR PYJAMA












1. Join the pieces , as shown by the dotted line , above

AB line , with 1/2 " raw seam on wrong side for front and back

and for both the legs .

2. Cut out a 2 1/2 " piece on folded material , attach this small 

triangler piece 4 " below the hem   line .

3. finish the center seam  1/2 " raw seam .

4 .Join legs 1/2 " with plain seam .

5. 2 1/2 " hem round the ankle .

Note :----No extra material is kept    for stitching .





CHUDIDAR PYJAMA
FIRST MAKE A BAG .

MEASUREMENTS FOR A BAG :----

LENGTH =24"  (  from  waist  to  bottom  )

TOTAL LENGTH = 36 " ( 1 1 / 2 " LENGTH

24 " + 1 2 " = 36 " )


WIDTH = 1 8 " ( 1/2 TOTAL   LENGTH )

36 / 2 = 1 8 " )

BAG MAKING PROCESS :---

1 . Take 3 6 " length and 1 8 " width cloth .

name the corners A B C D .

2 . Fold the width into half and stitch in the top

and bottom .

Name the corners E , AB , E 1 , CD .

3 . Fold the cloth like figure no -- 3 . so the bag totally

closed .

4 . cut the bag both top and bottom .

5 . place the stitches like figure no - 5 .

6 . mark into three parts both in the length and width sides .

7 . Mark center rectangle as P Q R S .

P S straight line .

PYS and PXS curve .

CUT through C 1 P X S B 1 and cut through PYS .

SEAMS AND PROCESS :----

1 . 1 /2 " hem at bottom .

2 . 6 " placket opening at bottom .

3 . Seams should be front and back sides of the hip .

4 . Attach 3 " piece round the hip to pass through the tape .

STITCHING :----












1. Join the pieces , as shown by the dotted line , above

AB line , with 1/2 " raw seam on wrong side for front and back

and for both the legs .

2. Cut out a 2 1/2 " piece on folded material , attach this small

triangler piece 4 " below the hem line .

3. finish the center seam  1/2 " raw seam .

4 .Join legs 1/2 " with plain seam .

5. 2 1/2 " hem round the ankle .

Note :----No extra material is kept for stitching .

2 comments:

rajani said...

Hi Uma,

I am very glad to see your post on sewing Chudidar pants.

Could you please tell me how your pattern varies for different hip sizes and length? With this pattern do i get two pieces for each pant? or each piece is one pant with only one seam?

Sana said...

Uma thank you for creating this website...it is God sent...and you are too ;0)

One question: when creating your patterns should I add for seam allowance or you've already added it...please comment