How can I stitch my own blouse?
How to sew the Saree Blouse
- Sew the darts from the inside of the front bodice. …
- Sew the dart in the back pattern too.
- Join the top edge of the yoke piece to the two front bodice pieces. …
- Join the shoulders of the back and front patterns. …
- Join the sleeves to the pattern – basically like in the diagram below.
How much cloth is needed for a blouse?
Estimating Fabric Yardage Needs for Common Misses Garments
|Garment||Fabric Width 35-36 inches||Fabric Width 58-60 inches|
|Blouse, long sleeves with tie||3-3/4 yards||2-1/4 yards|
|Blouse, capped sleeves||2 yards||1-1/4 yards|
|Camisole, bias cut||1-1/3 yards||1 yard|
|Dress, short sleeves with straight skirt||4-1/4 yards||2-3/8 yards|
Can we stitch blouse without machine?
Sewing by hand can actually go quite quickly if you don’t have access to your sewing machine or if it’s broken. Hand sewing can also be useful if you’re working with especially delicate fabrics, attaching an applique or making a small repair.
What can I use instead of sewing?
Fabric Glue. There are two great ways to attach fabric without sewing: fabric glue or a fusible bonding tape like Dritz Stitch Witchery.
What is the normal blouse length?
The high-neck blouse is usually around 14-15 inches long, while the low neck can vary from 10 to 14 inches to the waistline. Sleeve length is usually from 10 to 20 inches on average. Your blouse can have cap sleeves, ¾ sleeves, no sleeves – there are many sleeve options.
How do I know how much fabric I need?
Figure out how much fabric you need with this formula:
- Width of fabric divided by width of one piece equals the number of pieces that fit into width (rounded down to the whole number).
- Total number of pieces divided by number of pieces that fit into width equals number of rows you need.