Paul Rand has said it that designs can be art. Design can be aesthetics. Design is so simple, that’s why it is so complicated. But as complicated as it may seem to us we have always know the easy drill.
As from giving that extra richness to making it an easier job to do we have got you all covered. Are you tired of all those old design things? You want to give your clothes an extra charm? Don’t worry just have the look at all these cool styles of sleeves to pair it on with any kurta/ blouse/ suit/ kameez.
Latest Sleeves (Baju) Design Cutting And Stitching With Net
Take a cloth and fold it. Mark all the marks according to your own measurement but do make sure to leave 1.5 inches gap for the stitching purpose.
Mark 3.5 inches from one side snd give it a slanting shape and then cut the rest according to that design.
Join the marks of extra inches with dotted lines. Fold the cloth now.
Mark 2 inches (if you are bulky mark 3 inches) then give a circle shape till the end and then cut it.
Then mark the other side and cut it accordingly. Then place the cloth on a net cloth which is also doubled.
With the same design imprinted on the net cloth and mark the design (mark another design of 2 inches gap for stitching purpose).
Now fold the net cloth after it mark 1 inches from it and give the exact shape like that of sleeves.
Then cut a cloth stripe from the cloth piece and stitch it with net cloth for lace purpose.
Then from net cloth cut a stripe and stitch it on the other cloth piece by folding in order to make pleats.
Now cut another stripe of about 2.5 inches and stitch it along with the cloth from both side in order to get piping.
Do it for the other sleeves even. Giving the proper shape to the net cloth and place it downwards on the cloth and then stitch it.
From the middle part place a cloth string and stitch it from both sides.
You can even place pearls on the pleats to give that extra charm.
Hope you have enjoyed to make such intricate designs. To comprehend it more vividly do watch the following tutorial:
Khaizraan Javeed, is a content writer at Fashionshala. She writes articles about the ways and means to keep common masses updated about the fashion and the ways one can learn about fashion sitting at home. She is a student of English literature and words and metaphors forms her best friend. She used these metaphors to make fashion metaphorically beautiful.