There are numerous ways to turn a bed sheet into a toga because there are many different toga styles. For the simplest toga style using a bed sheet, wrap the sheet around you horizontally around your waist, and then throw the rest of the sheet across either shoulder. This style can be modified to work for both men and women.Know More
Hold the bed sheet so that it is horizontal, and wrap it around your waist once or twice, leaving enough sheet to throw over your shoulder. Wrap the sheet above the waist or over the chest for more coverage if desired.
Use one or two safety pins to pin the sheet wrapped around your waist to hold it in place.
Lift the rest of the hanging sheet and drape it across your chest and over one shoulder. There should be enough sheet so that the excess reaches the waist in the back when thrown over the shoulder. Women can adjust the sheet going over one shoulder so that it completely covers the chest.
Insert the rest of the sheet hanging over your shoulder into the waist. Secure it with safety pins. Women can pull any excess sheet tight and securely tuck and pin it into the waist to keep the chest area covered.
To tie a toga, fold a piece of fabric for length, and wrap it around your body. Pull one end over your shoulder, adjust the height of the toga, tie a double knot and adjust the folds. Add a rope belt to style the folds.Full Answer >
To fold a fitted bed sheet, bring the adjoining corners of the short edges together and continue to fold the remaining corners up until the sheet is rectangular in shape. Hide the elastic edges and fold to the desired size.Full Answer >
To create a toga, an adult needs four to six yards of material. This is typically found at a fabric store. The yardage is adjusted depending upon height. A traditional toga is white, but some circumstances allow more individuality.Full Answer >
To make a tulle tutu, cut strips of tulle, loop them around a length of elastic and sew the ends of the elastic together. The supplies you need for this two-hour project are sewing shears, a measuring tape, a piece of paper, a pencil, 2 to 8 yards of tulle, a yard of elastic, a mirror, sewing thread and a large needle.Full Answer >