This is a short petticoat. This garment is worn under kurthi or shirts as underwear. While drafting the pattern care must be taken to keep back neck depth and front neck width more than that of Kurthi. While stitching slide slit of 3” to 4 “should be made. This prevents the slip from rolling up. A-G = full length of petticoat needed + ½” On the line A-G mark the points I, J, C and E such that A-C = ¼ chest -1” A-E = waist length. A-I = back neck depth = 3” or to taste. A-J = front neck depth 2” less than A-C or to taste. Draw perpendiculars from the points A, I, J, C, E and G and mark the points on them such that A-B = ¹/8 chest + ¼” A-K = 1/12 chest + ½” or to taste C-D = ¼ chest + 1½” and C-N =A-B. Join B-N. On this line mark M such that B-M = 1” Join K-M E-F = ½” less than C-D G-H = C-D + 2” join D-F –H by a curved line.On this line Mark L such that L-H =¾” Join G-L by a curved line as shown. Join front neck line K-J and back neck line K-I as shown. Cut the draft along the line I-K-M-D-F-L and G. Cut along the line I-J-C-E-G. Keep the portion on which lines are not marked. This is half of the draft of the back. Take the other portion and cut along the line K-J .This is the front of the draft.