In this video you will learn to stitch the inseams of a churidar.
Don’t forget to watch the previous videos to learn how to stitch the casing and the hem.
Pick up the leg of the first layer of fabric and fold it in half such that both ends of the hem are held together, corners aligned.
Do the same for the other layer and pull the two ends apart such that the crotch points coincide.
Ensure that the crotch seam allowances face opposite directions.
Pick up the leg and align both layers together.
We shall stitch from the leg hole to the the crotch.
Place the inside corner of the leg hole under the needle and start with a reverse stitch.
Maintain the seam allowance along the inseam line all the way up to the crotch.
Re-adjust the two layers of fabric whenever they lose alignment.
Position the seam allowances of the crotch seam in opposite directions, if you haven’t already.
Trail the stitch off the edge about 2 inches after the crotch point.
Cut the thread and repeat the steps along the inseam of the second leg.
Make sure the stitches are intact with straight seam lines.
You may now turn out the face side of the garment.
Your Churidar is nearly ready.
To learn how to stitch the drawstring, watch the next video.