Have you ever had someone give you two piece of yards of a particular Ankara fabrics? Well why you ponder on this, it is not a new thing for some ladies to get gifted 2 yards of Ankara fabrics which must have been a remainder from a sown Ankara especially used by men.
There are so many married men we do this a lot as a matter of fact, they are many married women who look up to having their husbands extra 2 yards after I must have finished sewing a regular up and down trousers and blouse design or Style.
The reason for this idea mentioned above is not far-fetched, this is because most men will need only four yards of Ankara fabrics to make their regular style of top and trousers however, many people who are familiar with the Ankara fabrics already knows that, Ankara fabrics comes in 6 yards (direct from the market) and you can only purchase a 6 yards of Ankara fabrics or a bundle which is 12 yards because 6 yards is the regular quantity sold in the market and even though men will need only four yards to sew what they need to, it is now left for them to give to the extra two yards they have in excess to the woman in their lives. Although, some end up using thier left over two yards in sewing some simple shirts and knicker styles but, there are some set of men who feel it doesn't look beautiful to have 2 clothes of same materials most especially those of same colours and patterns.
Nevertheless, irrespective of the aforementioned, in recent times some ladies indulge in buying a 6-yard Ankara or 12 yards Ankara fabrics for group sharing into two yards each among themselves. These two yards Ankara fabrics are used in sewing simple styles with intention of adding to their wardrobe. Whatever the case maybe, either you got your own two yards Ankara fabrics as a gift from a man in your life (from your Dad, boyfriend or husband) or you get your own Ankara fabrics by purchasing your 2 yards fabrics with your friends, Ankara fabrics can be sewn into outstanding, beautiful, elegant fashionable short gown styles.
These articles contains trending Ankara short gowns that can be sewn with two yards Ankara fabrics which you can try out.
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