How to Make a Palazzo by Yourself within 30 Minutes

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How to Make Palazzo because it is as comfortable and easy to make as pajamas.

Palazzo pants are not only stylish and comfortable but also incredibly versatile. Whether you're lounging at home, running errands, or attending a social gathering, palazzos can be your go-to choice.

The only difference you can call between your pajamas, pants, and palazzo is that you can design a pajamas or pants as a hybrid. 

A palazzo is very versatile as it combines style and comfort and makes you look highly fashionable.

That's why I personally love Palazzo Pants and here I'll walk you through the simple steps to create your stylish palazzo pants effortlessly!

materials needed:

The fabric of choice (preferably lightweight fabric like cotton).

Sewing machine, needle, and thread.


Elastic band.

Measuring tape.


What measurements you need to make palazzo

You need measurement of :

Full length - waist till ankle
Waist round
Hip / Seat round
Knee round
Ankle or bottom round

Steps to stitch your own palazzo:

After taking all the required materials and measurements we shall now proceed to start with the following steps:

Step 1: Choose and prepare your fabric.

Select a fabric that drapes well and has a nice flow to it. Measure and cut the fabric according to the desired length and width. Keep in mind the width of the fabric will determine the volume and flowiness of your palazzo pants. A wider width will result in a fuller silhouette.

Step 2: Sew the Inseam

Fold the fabric in half lengthwise with the right sides facing each other.

 Pin along the raw edges and sew the inseam using a straight stitch.

 Be sure to leave a gap at the top for the waistband.

Step 3: Create the Waistband Casing

Fold down the top edge of the fabric to create a casing wide enough to accommodate your elastic band.

 Press with an iron to create a crease, then sew along the folded edge, leaving a small opening to insert the elastic.

Step 4: Insert the Elastic

Attach a safety pin to one end of the elastic band and feed it through the casing, making sure not to twist it.

 Once the elastic is all the way through, overlap the ends by about half an inch and sew them together securely.

Step 5: Close the Waistband Casing

After the elastic is securely in place, sew the small opening in the waistband casing closed, ensuring that the elastic remains evenly distributed within the casing.

Step 6: Hem the Bottom

Fold up the raw edges of the pant legs and hem them to your desired length.

You can adjust the length based on your height and preference. If you prefer a cleaner finish, you can fold the raw edges twice before sewing.

Step 7: Final Touches

Once you've hemmed the bottom of the palazzo pants, give them a final press with an iron to ensure a neat and polished look. Trim any loose threads, and your DIY palazzo pants are ready to wear!

How to Upcycle Your Fringe Fabric Length

You can make a palazzo very easily by recycling your fringed scarf, dupatta or stole.

I used my woolen stole to make this comfortable fringe palazzo, which I paired with top, tunic & kurti. 

If you are also wondering what to do with your fringe dupatta and wish to sew something interestingly comfortably; try this fringe palazzo.

How to Sew Fringe Palazzo or dress

If you already possess some dresses or fringe wrap-around, you can use them to make yourself a cool fringe palazzo.

These types of fringe palazzo look nice if you make them in different lengths.

It is not necessary to make these palazzo's in full length. You can create your own length palazzo as per your comfort.

Making your palazzo pants is not only fun and rewarding but also allows you to customize them to your exact preferences. With just a few basic materials and 30 minutes of your time, you can create a stylish and comfortable addition to your wardrobe that you'll love to wear again and again!

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