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Ladies suit cutting method

lucky449  Join Date:11 December 2012 | Gurgaon | India
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05 Apr 2013 04:27 PM
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Hi, I am learning tailoring and would like to learn more about ladies suit cutting method. Please share the method or some links that I can refer to. 

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rashi946  Join Date:11 December 2012 | Gurgaon | India
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05 Apr 2013 04:28 PM
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I must agree that learning to stitch is at home given the hassles that we have to face at tailor shops. I, personally, hate going to tailor shops as they not only take about a month’s time in stitching the dress but the final product has so many defects that you get frustrated. Moreover, you cannot expect them to deliver on time at all. I do not understand why they take up all the work if they do not have the time to complete it. However, I really love the idea of learning to stitch at home. For tips and illustrations, you can refer to these websites such as http://www.learnstitching.com, http://www.esewingworkshop.com , http://www.craftsy.com etc. Aren’t stitching videos available on You Tube too?

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akansha451  Join Date:07 December 2012 | Delhi | India
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10 Jul 2013 06:40 PM
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Most women these days are opting for stitching their clothes at home as this saves them from paying exorbitant prices at the tailor shop and the trouble of following up with the tailor for a timely delivery. Furthermore by stitching your own clothes at home, you can get the desired result through your own efforts. Learning stitching has become very easy and you can find a number of links on the Internet that will teach you the basics of stitching and cutting. There are also links that provide you a video demonstration of cutting for different kinds of dresses. For instance, if you want to stitch a salwar kameez, you will find images and videos that demonstrate the correct cutting and stitching method. All you need to do is observe carefully and follow. Here are a few links on cutting a ladies suit
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, http://www.gobookee.net/ladies-suit-cutting-pattern/, http://www.thinkvidya.com/delhi/ladies-suit-cutting-stitching/706518, http://www.ehow.com/how_6824188_learn-sew-cut-punjabi-suits.html. What do you prefer-going to the tailor or stitching at home?


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