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Saree Blouses for MIL

Added Sep 20, 2010

by luxihere

Kuala Lumpur, Ma...






2 Silk Cotton Blouses with Aari embroidrey and Kundan Stone work done on the neckline and sleeves as embellishments.

1 synthetic georgette blouse with neckline and sleeve embellishment using beads.

All 3 of them are fully lined using flat lining technique

Material Notes

Silk Cotton, Georgette, Cotton lining




Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Garment Type
Cotton, Other, Silk

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    Sep 20, 2010, 07.02 PMby rhianna78

    Gorgeous as always! You do wonderful work. :)

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    Sep 20, 2010, 07.02 PMby rhianna78

    Gorgeous as always! You do wonderful work. :)

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    Sep 20, 2010, 05.10 PMby brenda42

    Beautiful sari blouses – like everything you sew :-) I love all your work!

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      Sep 20, 2010, 05.51 PMby luxihere

      Thanks. Its such a huge compliment to know that some one likes all of my creations.

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    Sep 20, 2010, 02.22 PMby luxihere

    Hi Aridana,

    Blouse patterns are indeed very difficult as they are close fitting. I have been sewing blouses for about 8 years now mostly to my family members, but i have to admit i still have got the prefect draft for it, everytime i sew one, i alter it a bit here, a bit there and so on, once i have a draft which is flawfree (well almost) i will surely share it, actually i learnt this from my aunt, who is an expert seamstress, artist, hand embroidery expert to name a few of her talents, will ask her help and surely try to post a tutorial on sari blouse in near future.

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