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Toga Party

Getting crafty this aft since I do not have a sewing machine  so it was my travel iron and packing tape to hem my fabric. Now I am just trying to work out the best way to make it fit and keep it from falling off. According to How to make a toga site – six Yards  is the official recommendation but they think it’s too long. Five Yards is a little closer to reality but still on the long side  depending how much draping do you want. Four Yards is good enough for a simple man or child’s toga and they say most people find four yards will do the trick for almost any kind of toga. Sure wish I had bothered to look that up before I came home with the 2 yard recommendation I saw on facebook invite ha ha.

AC and Larry’s party was a blast. Full blown toga convention – everyone did a great job on their outfits. They had Troy projecting on the wall – Rick Leona and I were laughing cause the music that was playing was very fitting and so  funny against the battle scenes.


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    Congrats this is the first post of pics that I have seen from last nights toga party. Looks like a good time was had by all!

  2. Thanks Carbunkle. We had a great time this party would have been right up your alley – I can totally see you going Roman.

  3. Thanks to everyone that came! The party was a blast! Look forward to the next theme party, coming soon!

  4. Thanks for posting pics.

  5. Thanks to you guys for throwing such a fun party for everyone AC – love your place I can just imagine how nice the sunrise view is there. Yw Mary.

  6. wind it round, wrap it left, tuck it right, safety pin it…oh bollox, it’s still falling down! great night, lots of fun

  7. Packing tape and paperclips was my sewing machine replacement – who knew togas were so complicated.

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