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Saree Fall Stitching


A well-stitched saree fall over your delicate and costly saree helps in ensuring long life and shields their fabric against wear and tear.

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Why Saree fall stitch is important:

  1. Protects the saree fabric: Saree fall stitching adds a layer of protection to the inner edge of the saree’s lower hem, helping to prevent wear and tear due to friction against the ground. This is particularly important for delicate fabrics like silk, which can easily become damaged with regular wear.
  2. Adds weight and structure: The lining fabric used in saree fall stitching adds weight and structure to the saree, making it easier to drape and giving it a more defined shape. This is particularly important for lightweight fabrics like chiffon or georgette, which can be difficult to handle without additional support.
  3. Enhances the look of the saree: Saree fall stitching also enhances the look of the saree by creating a neat, polished finish to the lower hem. The lining fabric can be matched to the saree’s color or contrasted for a pop of color, adding an extra element of style to the garment.
  4. Increases the lifespan of the saree: By protecting the saree’s fabric and providing additional support, saree fall stitching can help to extend the lifespan of the garment. This is particularly important for expensive or sentimental sarees that you want to keep in good condition for years to come.

In summary, saree fall stitching is a simple yet important step in the process of preparing a saree for wear. It helps to protect the fabric, add weight and structure, enhance the look of the garment, and increase its lifespan.

Saree Fall Stitching Process:

Saree fall stitching is the process of adding a lining or border fabric to the inner edge of a saree’s lower hem. This lining helps to protect the saree’s fabric from wear and tear, and also adds weight and structure to the saree, making it easier to drape.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to the saree fall stitching process:

  1. Cut a piece of lining fabric to the same length as the saree. The lining fabric should be around 3-4 inches wide, and can be made of cotton or a similar lightweight material.
  2. Fold the lining fabric in half lengthwise, with the right sides facing each other.
  3. Place the saree on a flat surface, with the wrong side facing up.
  4. Pin the folded edge of the lining fabric to the inner edge of the saree’s lower hem, with the raw edges aligned.
  5. Using a sewing machine or by hand, stitch along the pinned edge of the lining fabric and saree, securing them together.
  6. Once the stitching is complete, turn the saree right side out.
  7. Fold the lining fabric down so that it covers the lower edge of the saree, creating a neat hem.
  8. Pin the lining fabric in place, then stitch along the edge of the saree to secure it.
  9. Finally, trim any excess lining fabric and loose threads.

That’s it! Your saree is now ready to wear, with a sturdy and beautiful fall. It’s important to note that while saree fall stitching is a simple process, it is often best done by a professional tailor or seamstress to ensure a clean and polished finish.


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