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How Do I Make a Toga for a Child?

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To make a Toga costume for your child you will need cloth and safety pins. First fold the cloth in half lengthways and wrap the cloth around the waist making sure the bottom hem goes beyond the knee and secure it with a safety pin. Put the longer end of the cloth in front of the body, over the shoulder on the opposite side to where it is pinned at the waist. Pin it to the waist so that everything is held in place.
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1. Have your child wear a plain T-shirt under the toga to look like a Roman tunic. Wear a white T-shirt under a white toga, or choose a color that co-ordinates with your fabric. 2
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Put the sheet under one arm then tie the two top corners together over her other shoulder, so it looks like a 1-shoulder dress. wrap the front-side edge behind her and the back-side
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1. Select a piece of cloth 4 yards long and 5 feet wide. Children may require less length, but it can be held together using safety pins. 2. Fold the cloth in half lengthways so it
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The Roman toga is a popular costume, but rarely is it authentically recreated. The real toga evolved over time from a relatively simple cloth wrap to a huge and unwieldy mass of drapery
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