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24 Panels Anarkali Suit

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1/2 shoulders panels patterns as shown

1/5 bust contour


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Divide this line in 6

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parts and draw the

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1/4 (bust contour + 4)
Dress length, from shoulders to down

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The inches added to the chest,
waist and armhole measure-
1/4 (Waist + 3)

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full measurement, then divide

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the pattern. These extra inches
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Tutorial and pattern created by Sandy at the Cloud Factory 2015
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draw the curves of the sleeve, as showing above. Wherever those
curves end mark the point C and join it with the point D

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1/2 Desired width (measure the contour of your arm, wrist or
wherever you want the bottom part of your sleeve) +1or more for
loosing

* if the curves dont end at the same point because sometimes the
front armhole is so longer than the back you can extend the point
C a little to match with the length of the curve A, then try to keep
the length of the curve B as closer as the original measurement.
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Start with 3 mts of fabric (at least 44 width) and

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Salwar length = (waist to ankle + 10) - 7for waistband
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if your fabric is not wide enough, first build a piece of
trace the pieces of fabric 3 mts by 44, then proceed . (1/2 ankle) + 1

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This method is for fabrics with no wrong side and plain
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color, if you are working with printed fabric or fabrics
which has wrong side diferent of the rigth side, first cut Cut everything considering extra
the fabric by the middle to get 2 pieces of 1.5 mts by space for stitches, and double of
44, then proceed cutting every leg piece appart following this space in the top part of the
from the step 2 for every leg. waistband for drawstrings