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Nepali Blouse Pattern - by Folkwear

Nepali Blouse Pattern - by Folkwear
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In Nepal, this wrap-and-tie blouse is traditionally made of velvet and worn under a wrap-style chupa or jumper (like our #131 Tibetan Chupa) or over a wrapped and pleated skirt formed from a sari or length of fabric. The semi-fitted blouse features a wide band collar, tapered sleeves, and deep underarm gussets for ease of movement. Pattern includes directions for wrapping and pleating a companion skirt. Suggested fabrics: Lightweight fabrics with drape such as rayon, velvet, or silk; medium-weight cotton; lightweight wool. Traditional colors are shades of red, pink, or purple. Fabric requirements: Blouse - 2 yds for XS - S, 2 1/2 yds for M, 2 5/8 yds for L, 2 3/4 yds for XL; Blouse Interfacing - 7/8 for XS - S, 1 yd for M - XL; Skirt Wrap - 6 yds. Measurements for 45" wide fabric.

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