Friday, 7 February 2014

Easy Saree Draper- Saree Pleat Maker

Gosh..can't believe I have been blogging non-stop for 22 days.
The last few weeks have been crazy especially with my impromptu trip to California.
Well, I am still coping with the harsh weather, severe jetlag and missing Indian 'Ghar ka Khaana' already. Add to that the additional responsibility of coming up with a blog post everyday...well ..I think I have had enough. But,
Ek Baar Jo Maine Commitment Kar Di..
To Main Khud Ki Bhi Nahi Sunti... ;)

So I guess I will continue with the crazy schedule and just keep going on.
I also have to mention that this Blogathon would have been a total failure had it not been my beautiful and ever helpful blogger friends and So-Saree readers. Love you guys.


I have been a saree lover for like..time eternal.
But I am surprised when people around me who might be like decades older than me are still not very comfortable with this gorgeous piece of clothing.
The most common reason I hear from ladies is that they find it too tough to drape a saree.
True that..!
I have been draping a saree for almost a decade and I wouldn't mind some some help every now and then.

A few months ago, when I was generally surfing the internet, I accidentally came across this product.
The Saree Pleat Maker.
This is how it works.

Now check out the video.
Now isn't that really cool?
For more info, check out this link.

I haven't bought this product because my Saree Pleat Maker stays with me in the same house. That's my MIL, if you haven't guessed it already. ;)
But for those who aren't that privileged, I say, go ahead and give it a try.
And once you are done with that, don't forget to tell So-Saree all about it. Or if you already use this product, I would be happy to hear from you as well.

Keep visiting So-Saree, because we are blogging every day for a month.




P.S. This is not a sponsored post. I do not own the images and video used in this post.

14 comments:

  1. wow now this is an interesting product

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  2. i have seen this online at a couple of stores... will specially be helpful in cotton sarees.. so tempted to buy it :)

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  3. That is a cool invention indeed! Hats off to you for your commitment towards the blogathon!:-)
    x
    klassystylefiles.com

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  4. i saw this product on ebay, but i couldn understand how to use it.
    but now i think i will buy it :)
    i was facing the same problem of draping saree after marriage a load, aagghh too tough to wear a saree :P

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    1. Haa..u will get better..keep practicing.

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  5. Wow! They actually have a product to help you with Saree Pleats. I so need this especially on days I just don't have the patience to do the pleats right. Also, Hats off to you Aditi! I have been enjoying the blogathon so Thank you for sharing all these great posts!

    Have a great day :)

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  6. I'd be curious to try this pleat-maker - wonder how effective it really is! But if all else fails, MIL and mom are the best pleat-makers!! :)

    Richa
    www.urbanmantra.blogspot.com

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  7. Hi, I am a Saree Draping Tutor and teach to drape a saree in 10 different styles. Anyone interested in joining the workshop can visit our facebook page and contact us directly. Our story has also been covered by Dainik Jagran.

    www.fb.com/mayurisareedraping

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