How to Make Pattern for Sari Blouse Part 2, in English / Urdu

Saree blouse

How to Make Pattern for Sari Blouse? Its not too hard to make, you need to make a pattern and cut the clothes as you want the design for the blouse. Here is a pattern for a basic Sari blouse. All blouses are made of the same fabric as that of the sari. In case of transparent fabric like net, chiffon a lining is required. The lining material can be muslin or organza.

How to Make Pattern for Sari Blouse

Styles of Sleeves in Blouse

  • Full sleeves
  • Half sleeves
  • Sleeveless
  • Noodle strap
  • Bell sleeves
  • Butterfly
  • Three-forth sleeves
  • Puffed sleeves

Styles of neck and back in Blouse

  • Halter necks
  • backless cholis
  • low U necks
  • round-neck
  • boat necks
  • off-the-shoulder

and a host of other sizzling designs that reveal and highlight the finer lines of the back and bosom are among the latest trends of the sari blouse.

Styles of Blouse

  • Air Hostess Blouse
  • Bollywood Blouse
  • Noodle Strap Blouse
  • Normal Ladies Blouse
  • Sleeveless Blouse
  • Strapless Blouse

All these blouses are custom made or tailored to fit. Ready made blouses are also available in the market but the design, colour, pattern should match the sari or some prefers to go for the contrast look like a plain sari with embroidered or printed blouse.

Here is a Sari Blouse 2nd part, for back draft and sleeves. For front draft you need to follow this link:

Sari Blouse Front Draft

Sari Blouse Pattern
Back Part

1 – 2 = back length
2 – 3 = ½ inch folding allowance for back hem
1 – 4 = 1/6 bust + ¾ or 1 inch
4 – 5 = 2 inch upward
1 – 6 = shoulder width / 2 + ½ inch
7 – 6 = square down from 6
4 – 8 = ¼ bust + ½ inch
2 – 9 = waist / 4 + 1 inch (extra) 1 inch for draft
10 is mid of 2 – 9
10 – 11 = dart length i.e.5 inch
12 – 10 = ½ inch dart intake
13 – 10 = ½ inch dart intake
7 – 14 = 1 inch
6 – 15 = shoulder slop ¾ inch
(This is standard measurement, you can increase and decrease according to your size)
6 – 16 = 1/12 bust + ½ inch
17 – 16 = neck depth (depend on style)

Sleeve Pattern

0 – 1 = bust / 6 + 1inch

1 – 2 = 1/8th bust

Join 0 and 2, 4 is mid of 0 – 2

3a – 3 = ¾ inch

2 – 5 = full length of sleeve

5 – 6 = (1/3 bust – 1) / 2

FPRMULA = (1/3 bust +1 inch = shoulder to shoulder width

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