Hi everyone, I hope you had an amazing February and are excited for the Spring, because it is almost here!! Today I have something super excited to share with you all: my first E-book!! It’s an E-book about How to Sew Gotta on Dupatta and I’m super happy with how it turned out! I wanted to create something for you all that will be helpful and get you excited about sewing. Depending on your feedback, I would love to make a tutorial for how to sew a salwar and eventually how to sew a kameez! But, I thought this tutorial on How to Sew Gotta on Dupatta would be the perfect starting point! And guess what? It’s FREE!! All you have to do is click on this link and enter your email, and the E-book will be emailed to you!
I thought an E-book would be the best way to share this tutorial with you. This way you can follow the pictures with their captions with steps to guide you!
Although the tutorial on How to Sew Gotta on Dupatta is super easy, it still requires you to have some understanding on how to use a sewing machine. Since every machine is different, it is hard for me to describe to you on how to set up your machine. However, I do share some tips and tricks and some basic steps that everyone needs to follow to set up the machine.
There are only a couple of items required to sew gotta on dupatta, so make sure you buy quality products:
2.5 yards dupatta fabric (I like Chiffon, Georgette, and Net)
good quality fabric scissors (mine are from Amazon and I love them)
sewing machine (I like this on on Amazon)
thread matching your dupatta/gotta
Gotta and dupatta fabric will be best found at your local Indian fabric store. They have the best selection and best prices! One time I went to the Fabric District in Toronto and they were charging me 40-50 dollars a yard for raw silk! The same fabric can be found at an Indian store for 5 dollars a yard! I personally like Jagjit Textiles in Brampton and Kapra Mandi in Surrey!
If you are already on my email list, the E-Book will be already be sent to you! However, if you would like your FREE copy of the How to Sew Gotta on Dupatta E-book, click here to sign up for my email and the E-book will be emailed to you!
Since this is my first E-Book, I would love to know what you guys think! Was it helpful? Was it informative? Should I add more pictures next time? More written instructions? Were the instructions confusing? Any feedback will be truly appreciated! Also, please let me know if you would be interested in a Salwar and Kameez stitching tutorial!
Feel free to message me about any questions you may have! Comment below, email me or message me on instagram! Your feedback and support means the world to me! Thanks you and I hope you love it!