Added Jun 1, 2009
Simple toga-style dress with cowl back
Floral print cotton gauzey fabric, a few inches of shoelace.
I found a very simple toga pattern online, and modified it… 1 large piece of fabric folded in half twice, sewn at top corners to form tops of armholes. Seamed down sides and around armholes. A shoelace inserted inbetween the front layers for a free drape, and the back left to hang.
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