What is Tantu?

A textiles and fashion designing weblog dedicated to textiles, outfits and accessories of different kind and their making. Find tips, DIY tutorials and howto’s about pattern making, sewing, fabric ornamentation techniques, fabric painting, embroidering, crocheting, knitting, accessory making, organising, styles and so on. Tantu is for the fashion enthusiasts like you.

Tantu, which refers to a thread in Sanskrit, is the genome for textiles and fashion designing. An interesting Fashion Illustration starts with a line. A number of fibres or filaments build Yarns in eye-catching colours. Thousands of yarns brought together make fascinating Textiles. A vibrant range of textiles are applied in making of Outfits. A string can be designed to twist or arrange in many ways to form a variety of textiles like Crochet, Knit, etc. A cord or a wire is the base for the attractive Accessories we wear. Tantu, this textiles and fashion designing weblog, aims to deal with all these categories.

Tantu also refers to continuity. Continuity is the other name of fashion, while trends always change. Tantu wishes to help you to be in Trend. How about the style tips? Yes, in Tantu, the textiles and fashion designing weblog, you will find the Style Tips too… 🙂

In short, Tantu – textiles and fashion designing weblog is:

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Thanks for visiting Tantu. Hope you had a pleasant stay!

TC! Keep smiling and keep visiting 🙂

Yours,

Sindhu

17 Responses to What is Tantu?

  1. Monisha Sandesh says:

    Superb work Mam…. great
    Gud luck

  2. Allen Razze says:

    I like Tantu, so i am just following you. Looking forward to explore more.

  3. James Zoor says:

    Hi there, just became alert to your blog through Google,
    and found that it is truly informative. Many people will be benefited from your writing.
    Cheers!

  4. James Zoor says:

    What’s up, I log on to your blogs regularly. Your writing style is awesome, keep up the good work!

  5. Insight says:

    I’m looking forward to explore more from ya, TANTU! 🙂 Keep in touch. Have a good day. God bless.

    Rahul

  6. Vanathi says:

    Hi Sindhu, I really enjoyed your blog! Your design of the princess line saree blouse was very beautiful but seems complicated. Can you please post saree blouse patterns without darts? I’m imagining it to look like a t-shirt. I’m a beginner and would really like to start making, and maybe even designing, my own blouses. Thanks and best of luck for the new year!

    • sindhoooo says:

      Hi Vanathi,

      Thanks for your feedback and new year wishes! Wish you the same… 🙂

      Yes, princess-line blouse requires experience and skill. I appreciate your idea of making a dart-less blouse. But, a fabric is planar and our body is shaped. So, it is not possible to make a dart-less blouse using a normal woven fabric. It is possible to make it with knitted materials and stretchy materials like Lycra. Will research if I can design something as you wish and let you know!

      All the best for your designing! Keep visiting! TC!

  7. Seshu says:

    Nice concept….Your work is an inspiration for many.

  8. s. madhuram vishwanath says:

    nice blog sindhu … keep it up 🙂

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