Please could you send me a sari blouse patterns as I would like to stitch my own. I am size 10 and I would be very grateful if you just send a patterns over the internet. Thank you
- manjit mankoo
31st Dec 2011
hie nice to know you....please i need a new pattern of saree blouse design by today.can u email me as soon as possible because i want use by this saturday..
- Nithia fonnusamy
19th May 2011
Hi there, i have noticed people asking for sari blouse patterns. Do you have a pattern you can email me please? Thanks
- Nicole H
26th Jan 2011
Please send me patterns of sari blouse n also design saree l love the sari
- Sangeeta devi
17th Nov 2010
Hello, I loved the information in the article. I would love to see more information on some of the different types of sarees (probably too many to list, although you mentioned Chanderi, Benarasi and Kanjivaram) and the different styles to wear them (like Gujurati style, Kerala style, etc.).
- ramani yamajala
8th Sep 2010
hello i loved the saris they were adorable please send me the paterns in any size
PLEASE SEND ME SOME LATEST BLOUSE PATTERNS.THANK YOU...
- MANESHA GOVENDER
7th Jun 2010
send me more sari blouse patterns
6th May 2010
I like to make sariblouse, pl. send me how to my daughter loves sari, and I live in US where no tailer here and so -thanks.
15th Apr 2010
you send the pattern for the sari for free ?
3rd Feb 2010
Thank you the beautiful articles, I really enjoyed it. Please send me sari bloude patterns in South African sizes 34; 36 & 40. Many thanks. Sharda
3rd Dec 2009
Please can you send me basic sariblouse pattern for a south african size 46
16th Nov 2009
please send me a pattern for a sari blouse my daugther is about a 32 inch bust
- Debra Dhanani
28th Sep 2009
Could you please send me sari blouse patterns
1st Sep 2009
can you send me a blouse pattern please
20th Aug 2009
Could you send me some patterns for Sari and Blouse if they are FREE.
25th Jun 2009
Hello, I'm going to an Indian wedding... I have a Sari but still need to get the blouse done and since I live in Spain where Sari's arn't very common I was wondering if you could send me blouse patterns. Thank you
4th May 2009
visit my bog sareeblouse-patternmaking.blogspot.com to see how make your own saree blouse pattern
22nd Apr 2009
please could I have a pattern for a sari blouse, My daughter is going to a wedding next week and I need to make up the blouse. Thank you
9th Mar 2009
I would like to purchase a Saree from you. Ilive in Germany (Stuttgart) and am willing to travel.
28th Feb 2009
PLs Kindly send me some blouse patterns
- Roshni Lata
4th Feb 2009
We have a range of them
- Steve Lewis
29th Jan 2009
I would appreciate if you could kindly send me some saree blouse pattern
- shanti maniam
2nd Jan 2009
please send me blouse patterns
14th Nov 2008
plz send me some new model sare blose&salwar kamiz
30th Oct 2008
Hi, could you please send some latest blouse patterns or any kind of blouse patterns. Thank you
- Priya Prakash
29th Oct 2008
please send me some sari blouse patterns
15th Oct 2008
Hi there i would like some sari blouse patterns if you could please send me some it will be highly appreicated.
- Avisha Dullabh
19th Sep 2008
hey,i would like to see what the sari and other cloths are made from thank you! x
3rd Sep 2008
Could you send some patterns to me i would like to make some for a friend.
Also could you tell me the techniques of wrapping a sari?
1st Sep 2008
i would like to see patterns of sari blouses.
28th Aug 2008
i woild 2 see indian sari blouse pattern
26th Aug 2008
Iam loking for some blouse patterns for sarees,Indian style,can u plizzz send some pictures for suggests.
12th Aug 2008
Could you please send a sari pattern? I would like to make some for myself and my mother.
I am also interested in wrapping techniques of the sari.
Your article is wonderful and very informative.
Thank you very much.
- T Curry
7th Aug 2008
talk to me
- Tom Henderson
23rd Jul 2008
can I see the sari blouse pattern for me bcozz now I go to tailor class
29th Jun 2008
can you please show me indian blouse design patterns.(latest)
17th Jun 2008
i, iam a very skiny gal from malaysia. can i have new patterns for saree ASAP, coz my brother wedding is very near ready...
plz advise me which patterns is suitable for me?
5th May 2008
i want to see th epattern
5th Mar 2008
very useful...... and i very happy with fashion
4th Mar 2008
need some saree blouse patterns
25th Feb 2008
please can you send some blouse partten
14th Feb 2008
I am looking for a saree blouse pattern as it is hard to get my size .can u please direct me to where i can find one. Thanks - soni
6th Feb 2008
2nd Feb 2008
PLIZ SEND ME SOME SARI BLOUSE PATTERN
31st Jan 2008
I'M LOOKING OUT FOR GOOD INDIAN TRADITIONAL BLOUSE PATTERNS
PLEASE HLEP ME OUT AS TO WHERE WILL I FIND GOOD BLOUSE PATTERNS FRONT AND BACK
24th Jan 2008
I too am looking for saree blouse patterns. Help please. Where to find.
- JM Babb
13th Jan 2008
thank you for such an interesting article! i would very much appreciate it if you could send me your sari blouse patterns. thank you!
12th Jan 2008
My daughter is enamored by the Indian culture, especially sari's. I was very excited to find an article that explains the history of this garment. It is truly fascinating. Thank You!
18th Dec 2007
Please forward the latest blouse patterns for a full figured woman. Thank you.
pls forward to me saree blouse pattern and also punjabi suit. thank you.
7th Dec 2007
Could you send me sari blouse patterns?
1st Dec 2007
I would appreciate if you would kindly send me some sari blouse patterns
- Moreen Raj
27th Nov 2007
some sari blouse pattern
7th Nov 2007
send me some blouse disigned
I would appreciate if you could kindly send me some blouse patterns.
- Sunila Dass
5th Nov 2007
patterns for saris please
15th Oct 2007
send me some saree blouse pattern
5th Oct 2007
please can i have some sari blouse patterns and also do you sell punjabis or other indian outfits
- SHEREEN PILLAY
12th Sep 2007
pls provide me with some latest sari
8th Aug 2007
Hi pls send me saree blouse patterns. i have an engagement dinner coming up n i want to look my best. could u also add design which r bareback like from rajasthan. thank you
6th Aug 2007
5th Aug 2007
Check out this video. It charmingly shows different sari drapes as part of an airline ad. www.tubetamil.com/view_video.php?viewkey=06d7ffda75cd0b95eb70&page=7&viewtype=&category=tf
4th Aug 2007
please send me saree blouse patterns
14th Jul 2007
please sent me saree blouse paterns
9th Jul 2007
please i am looking for some blouse patterns for sarees, indian style, can pliz suggest some for me
- sashi deo
3rd Jun 2007
looking for blouse patterns
please if u can sent some of your new product with there prices
- rajini oodhub
19th May 2007
please provide me with some latest kurtas design
14th May 2007
pliz i am looking for blouse patterns.can you help me .
- nanda naidu
23rd Apr 2007
method of wrapping would be of my interest.
12th Apr 2007
Interesting article! As an African-American, I have several saris and have received many compliments on them. A Ghujarati (sp) Indian lady taught me how to wrap. She was very complimented and complimentary of my interest and abiltiy to wear. My suggestion: wear with confidence!!
12th Feb 2007
Finding for some saree bluses design
- Jayanthi A/P Nadarajan
6th Jan 2007
I am an Indian living in Bavaria,Germany . I design Tunics, Kurtas & Table Linen using Sari Material. I also sell exquisite Saris.
If interested contact me at :
- mini sinha
13th Nov 2006
i am from fiji islands i want to buy some saris and jellewers form you people can u tell me how i gonna do tha
12th Oct 2006
This article has been a great help to me. I will be attending my first Divali in one week and I would like to wear a saree. However, like Kim, i feared that as an African-American woman it would be inappropriate for to wear a sari or that I would offend someone. But after reading this article I am very excited to wear a sari to my first Divali. Thanks!
10th Oct 2006
I really appreciated this article. My interest in Indian and Indian American (Indians born in America) culture has grown over the past 2 to 3 years. I came across this website recently and got my first real opportunity to absorb the beauty, creativity and femininity of the sari. I am now ready to incorporate this gorgeous piece into my wardrobe. I appreciate reading the reviews of the article because as a black American woman, I felt as if it would not be appropriate for me to wear a garment that is so heavily rooted in another culture. But i am happy to see that there are those of other nationalities who enjoy saris as part of their everyday dress. It gives me confidence and I cannot wait to buy my first one.
I desire to wear it with respect and carry myself with the same grace as the beautiful Indian woman.
19th Sep 2006
i need the information about the history of saree and type of saree
30th Aug 2006
I AM A 20 YR OLD PUERTO RICAN WOMAN WHO LOVes indian fashion and style this article was very infomative.
16th Aug 2006
Thank you for enlightening me about the sari and its history.
- Linda Majaya
8th Jul 2006
I thought u'r sight was lovely! Thankyou for enlightening me on the history of the indian sari,
Peace out my friends
- jaba the hut
21st Jun 2006
Thank you for providing such interesting articles, both on the website and in your newsletters. The depth of information and the way that you expand it to include references to other writers/poets makes it a joy to read. Having this available is a gift that I deeply appreciate.
- J Capon
16th May 2006
hi! i've read your article and i find it very informative. see, i work for a clothing shop and i just started. i basically sell fabrics and ready to wear items. my rpoblem now is that i barely know anything that concerns indian fabrics and embroidery. and through your article, i gained a lot of knowledge and i hope you can feature more info regarding the types of embroidery and fabrics used on sarees. thank you very much!!
i'm a mom of two and this sounds like a great way to be sexy
16th Feb 2006
- wilman solar
17th Dec 2005
This is a great article again! Thank you so much.
I featured it in our INDIA SAIJIKI too.
Thanks for your great work!
The India Saijiki for Haiku Poets
my nickname's zanzi so im going under my nickname. im 12, and thanks for your cool article on the origin of saris. it really helped me with my school oriental/indian art project. keep up helping the teens learn bout different cultures, and rock on!
16th Oct 2005
I'm a 12 year old student and I have an Indian auntie. Thanks to her and your website I know about the mysterious elegance of the sari and will be buying one in the october half term! Thanks for your advice!
16th Oct 2005
As I read the "Save this Sari" tears came to my eyes, because I, as a Westerner, would rather wear a sari every day, no matter what I am doing, than anything in my very extensive wardrobe. I'm not sure I would be comfortable baring my breasts, as saris were worn at one time, but I should be! I own one red sari, purchased from you, and I will own more. My husband of almost 40 years was quite taken with my look in that sari, saying only, "you look beautiful." For this, I will give him another 40 years of my life.
I need not wear the pants of a man to become superior. In every spirituality there is some small part, maybe hidden, maybe not, that says that just by being born a women, we are the spiritual heart of the home. The beautiful draping and coverage of yards of material make me feel beautiful and protected, and - at home. Every time I see a beautiful Indian woman walking in her sari through a grocery store, a mall, or just strolling with her family, I see that she walks with her head up, her hips swaying, and she is proud of how she looks, no matter what her age. She automatically has a link to her ancestral mothers and she never has to have an excuse for it.
Thank you for your continued educational items on the website. I am learning so much.
23rd Aug 2005
Sari is a gorgeous and graceful dress. It represents feminity and our refined cultural heritage. It suits every woman's figure. The intricate work that goes in it's weaving and creation is exceptional too. When worn gives a grand and gorgeous look to every women's personality. I like to dress up in a sari.
Hello, I have several pieces of sari material and without being disrespectful, would like to adapt this lovely material into a more modern pattern for easy use. I am looking for someone who knows where I could get a pattern for a full length blouse as I am in my 60's and do not want to show my tummy, and I would like the skirt on an elastic waistband as I tend to incerase and decrease in size, and the drape seperate but able to be attached with modern fittings. Can anyone help?
- nancy parker
30th Jun 2005
- shirlee macedo
12th Jun 2005
I am American, of Scottish descent, and I decorate my home like that as well. I am a priestess of the Goddess, and I wear the saree as well. You must, and I assume you understand, that the whole house, yourself, and your wardrobe is connected energetically when you do this.type of redecorating.To do it randomly creates chaos.(like bad feung-shui)
I am not trying to lecture, just keep in mind these things. I have just been buying my sarees from Exotic India, so I may use the entire sarre flowing form. I have a bed canopy, curtains, wall hangings, furniture coverings, and sares in matching themes. It is most pleasing..and most unusual in a red haired , Northeast Yankee American. But I am married to a man from Zimbabwe over 30 years, and I am multi cultural. I am also a priestess of Kali Ma. Feel free to correspond with me, I love artisitic discussion!!So few people who do this!!
- Dragon Moon Rising
5th May 2005
I really liked the article, History of saree is fasinating. It is indeed a graceful attire and i always enjoy wearing it.
- Anju Bhandari
16th Apr 2005
I found the article graciously submitted. I am a fifty year old woman of Indian orgin now living in Australia and am very, very proud to wear this exquisitely simple dress.
- Bharti Purchase
7th Jul 2004
The sari epitomizes the beauty of the female form. It is an ideal clothing for the summer and can be comfortably worn in the winter as well. It drapes the body all over and reveals very less but still has such a sensous look. It can make a thin woman look voluptous and a overweight woman look attractive. It also reflects the mood and personality of the person wearing it, through it's myriad colours. I fervently wish Indian women keep alive the tradition of saris and not fall prey to westernized clothing
29th May 2004
Fantastic Article - May the Sari always live on as the MOST beautiful garment in the world ever!
- Mimi Sedigi
11th May 2004
brilliant article perfect for my college project!!!!!
27th Apr 2004
- Cindy McNeil
8th Mar 2004
I found this article to very educating and very enlighting. I am of indian descent , but american born. My father was is from Goa but mother is caucaisan. I am very proud of my indian culture and am always searching for more of my roots. This article gave me great insight about a few threads of myself that i had not known before. thank you for sharing this with the world and i hope that you continue to share more writings like this with myself and the world.
- Audra Sardessai
17th Feb 2004
I loved eveyhting that was written in this article and the one about everywomen is a goddess. I am very fond of the Indian culture. One day I will visit india but before I have to get Hindi well learned. Thank you for having this site.
23rd Nov 2003
The indian sari - fashioning the female form
- ZOE COLQUHOUN
16th Oct 2003
the meaning of the sari
- mari weeks
18th Sep 2003
i am doing my dissertation on saris and the history behind them in comparison to womens clothing in england. could you please send me some info on what a sari means to an indian woman. thanks a lot, good article. email@example.com
- rachel daykin
14th Sep 2003
Excellent; very informative
31st Aug 2003
1st Aug 2003
i want buy a saree
27th Jul 2003
EXOTIC, BEAUTIFUL AND VERY INFORMATIVE. i just love the indian saree
- josephine gonsalves
29th Jun 2003
This article has reali helped me a lot in doing my project work. I hope u do have more of this interesting articles.
29th Apr 2003
Saris can be purchased on Devon Avenue in Chicago. The district is located around Western Avenue. I personally like Regal Fashions and their sister store across the street. They have a wonderful selection and the people who work they make you feel like family!
- Colleen From Chicago
2nd Apr 2003
I vastly enjoyed this article on the Sari. I am non-Indian but wear them often; the salwar kameez is also a favorite. I consider the sari the most elegant of any garment I have ever seen and tried from any culture; I have traveled to various countries and tried their native dress. I find none suit me ( or women ) better than the sari. In its myriad styles, colors, and compositions it echos the fluidity and beauty of woman in all her moods and richness.
- Kimberly A. Pieczynski
2nd Apr 2003
This article on saree is just great. You have covered most of the points with no trace of bias information.
- nishat toorabally
13th Mar 2003
so am i has anybody given you any adresses
- jayne ward
19th Feb 2003
i need outline of sari.it means how sari came in indian culture.
9th Feb 2003
i am doing my dissertation on saris and need more info on how the sari makes u feel sexy if u can help firstname.lastname@example.org
- n chopra
28th Jan 2003
hi i am currentaly in my final year of my ba hons fashion and am doing my dissertation on saris if you could help me in any way i would appriciate is greatly.i need some more info on how the sari makes you feel like a woman how it would be
- nina chopra
28th Jan 2003
I am trying to decorate my home with various Indian textiles (sari pallav look for wall border, sari curtains or borders to make curtains, sari bedspreads etc.) Can you please tell me where to find/order online or in Minneapolis area? Thank you!
- S Macden
14th Dec 2002
I am decorating a room and wanted to use some beautiful sari fabrics. Where can buy a sari in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.?
21st Nov 2002
Great article! It will help me greatly for my speech on Saris. Long live saris!
21st Nov 2002
please how can I buy a saree in Brazil?
4th Nov 2002
Reply to Kavita's question:
Please visit www.massala.com/sari.htm
This page has the different draping styles for sarees.
Your article about the saree is wonderful. Would that more people showed interest in such a beautiful and flattering garment. My interest in textiles and especially the saree goes back many years. I wear sarees some of the time and salwar kameez nearly every day. Many such arts are dying out now thanks to the proliferation of "western" style clothing. LONG LIVE THE SAREE! Keep up the good work.
15th Aug 2002
Thank you for such an informative article.When I am next teaching about the sari and showing my students one of mine I will have so much more to say!Keep writing.
Thank you so much for printing this article. It's truly educating, and I've gained so much insight into the life of Indian women because of it.
26th Feb 2002
thank you for all your hard work. It has helped me help my son with a project where he must discuss the details of tradtional Indian clothing. Are there any instructions on how to put on a saree? If you have info on that or a site that would help, please forward to me. Thank you!
12th Feb 2002
Thankyou so much for doing this artical, it helped me alot with doing my assignment on India.
25th Nov 2001
Thankyou for this information.I am doing a demo for my expat friends.Alongwith an exhibition of diff. sarees from our country.Indeed your article will find a prominent place in my handouts.Do you have a comprehansive
list of the diff. types of sarees in India.Also their distinctive features.Please send it to me ,if possible before the 12th of Nov.May I ask you for other info on saree textiles as well. Please send me your ID.Thanks a pile once again.
8th Nov 2001
I am going to marry an Indian man and live in India and I was wondering if anyone could give me a little history about it.
I enjoyed this very much. Thank you for sending it. I will definitely use it as a resource for documentation. I am an avid historic re-enactor, and I am also a Middle Eastern Dance student/teacher. Thanks again
- Cindy Ettinger
3rd May 2001
Thank you for compiling and sharing all this information on the sari. I had, at one time, an antique and ethnic art shop, and have sold and been interested in the fabrics of Indonesia, sarongs, batiks and ikats, but have not had an opportunity to learn about the sari. I will do a print out of this article for my files, and forward it to a few friends. Thanks
- Pat Nelson
3rd May 2001
The article was very enjoyable and informative. I believe the sari is the most beautiful attire for women, and Indian women are some of the most beautiful women in the world. Thanks
- Marlene Maassen
3rd May 2001
I hope one day I will own and wear a sari. They are so beautiful. Seta is gloriously feminine in hers. Ahhhh...maybe one day. Thanks for the article. It was beautiful.
3rd May 2001
I thoroughly enjoyed the article on the piece of clothing known as the sari, to me the most perfect garment ever invented. Only one thing was 'wrong' with the article, in that it was much too short with too few illustrations. The Indian subcontinent, her culture and her people have fascinated me since I was a child, and that is more than 40 years ago. I have several saris of my own, but don't wear them as often as I'd like. I think this piece has inspired me to bring them out of storage and wear them much more often. Thank you.
- Janice Weeks Bernath
3rd May 2001
I thoroughly enjoyed this article and the illustrations. I own several saree as well as salwar kameez. I love both, but find that the saree make me feel very feminine. Thanks for the insight into the history and lore of this delightful garment.
- Wendy Knott-Comer
3rd May 2001
I loved this article. The history of the sari was never known to me before and I am glad now to know it. The sari's are so beautiful. I have a few but do not know how to wear it. Do you by any chance have instructions? Thanks you it was wonderful.
3rd May 2001
Very educational and interesting. A very in-depth picture of the saree and it's meaning, the incorporation of the website pictures makes a huge difference. I will certainly be looking at past articles and I will be grateful for future emails from you. Thank you
3rd May 2001
Wonderful article...thank you very much..will send it on to others who might appreciate it...sincerely,
3rd May 2001
Thank you so much for this article about the saree which is our favourite garment as well!
- Abid & Alexandra Mahmood
3rd May 2001