How do I make a choli?


A choli is a fitted blouse that is usually worn under the Indian sari. The most appropriate fabric to make a choli would be panne velvet. You would need one metre of fabric for a small or medium choli. You would also need matching thread and a suitable pattern. You can use sites such as blackswinetribe and glove for a detailed procedure on how to make one. The sites also have patterns that you can print out and use for your choli.
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