How to make Churidar pants
Instructor : Savitha
Skill Level : 00:29:57
In this class learn to make Churidar pants, which is also referred to as Push up pants. This is a fitted pant which shows the contours of the leg and has gathers at the ankle. It is usually cut in bias fabric for comfort of wearing.
This class will teach taking body measurements, theory explanation, marking and cutting the fabric, Sewing the pants and completion.
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Sure will do. Thanks for your kind words.
If the gathers at the ankle are more in Churidar pants, you may cut off the excess at the lower hem.
There are some changes for other pants which we will soon teach in our Pants course.
Sure, we are working on the pants course.
You can make with 2 - 2.5mtrs. This is mentioned in the video.
The link for the class is given below which includes all the parts
Yes you can. If the fabric is stiff or thick, take more ease and if fabric is soft, you may take lesser ease. If it is loose you can always alter it later also.
3" is added for ease as keeping exact crotch length would not be comfortable.
Salwar is a loose fitting pant and the crotch will anyways be low, so its fine to take standard measurement but for fitted pants you need to take the crotch measurement.
Double the length of the pants, approximately 2mtrs.
Soft or thick fabric, minimum it is good to keep 2" at thigh round but you may keep more like a maximum of 3.5 - 4". Minimum of 1" ease at the knee round but for soft fabrics it could be reduced to 1/2" and Maximum could depending on the looseness you prefer but when you draw the curve from thigh the line should not go outwards.
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About the Instructor
Ms. Savitha has been conducting classes in Pattern making and sewing since the year 2010. She started with her Online classes to reach out to more students. Her words, "I love sewing and teaching and I have been lucky to be able to make my passion, my profession. I try my best to simplify things and teach in a simple and easy way so that even beginners in pattern making and sewing are able to learn from our online classes and make their garments with professional finish".
Thank you for your simplified and clear explanations Savita. May I seek your help to draft pattern for the chudidhar pants but a different way in which the pant has attachment at the crotch area in a triangle shape instead of this plain single fabric pattern