How to Make Pattern for Sari Blouse Part 1 in English - Urdu

How to Make Pattern for Sari Blouse Part 1 in English – Urdu

How to Make Pattern for Sari BlouseHow to Make Pattern for Sari Blouse

How to Make Pattern for Sari Blouse. An Indian sari blouse can be made from a commercial pattern, tailored to fit an individual’s personal measurements. Also known as a choli, this blouse covers the upper arms and the upper chest but there are variations.  The style depends on individual taste; it may have long or short sleeves or sleeveless and the blouse length can vary from very short to waist length with varieties of necklines and back patterns. It should fit tightly at the lower edge.

The blouse colour may either match the colour of the sari or be in contrast colour. All sari blouses should be created with a full opening either in the front or in the back. This can be zipped or hooked with buttons. As more and more women are becoming fashion conscious, more and more variations in the blouse are coming up. It is the age of change and the sari blouse is the latest to get a makeover at the hands of designers, tailors and customers.

Fabric used in Blouse

Rubia Cotton Blouse

Pure Silk Blouse

Pure Crepe Blouse

Georgette Blouse

Chiffon Blouse

Chikan Blouse

For measurement method.

Sari Blouse pattern
Front Part

0 – 1 = ½ shoulder + ½ inch
0 – 2 = 1/3 bust + 1 inch
0 – 3 = 1/6 bust + 1 inch
3 – 4 = ¼ bust + ½ inch
2 – 5 = ¼ bust + ½ inch
4 – 5 = square down
0 – 6 = bust / 4 + 1 inch
7 square across from 6
1 – 8 = square down
1 – 9 = ¾ inch (standard, you can increase or decrease)
1 – 10 = shoulder width
Join 9 and 10 as slant line,
13 is the mid point of the line 9 – 8
14 is ½ inch outside the line from the point 7
Give armhole shape by joining 9,14,8 and 4
15 is armhole dart whose width or dart intake is 15 – 16 is dart length of 3.5 inch
17 is 1 inch up from 6
17 – 18 is dart length of 3.5 inch and width of ¼ inch
2 – 9 = 1/8 bust – ½ inch
19 – 20 = dart length of 3 inch
2 – 21 = 1 ½ upwards (standard)
5 – 22 = 1 ½ upwards (standard)





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