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This is the nightgown Padme wears on Coruscant. I left it out for the longest time, as it's not as interesting as the rest of her costumes. But completnesses sake, here it is. It is a simple drawstring neck nightgown that is slightly sheer. During production, this was known as costume P-10.

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This is a really simple costume - it's just like a drawstring chemise. It looks like the sleeves flow free and don't have elastic or anything. I've found several pages on how to make a drawstring chemise - it's something you can do without a pattern.

http://folk.uio.no/annei/url/renessanse/english_summary.html

http://www2.kumc.edu/itc/staff/rknight/chemise1.htm

Kat sent in a suggestion that the underdress for the Simplicity 5843 "picnic gown" pattern would work. It's a basic shift with a drawstring at the neck. Thanks Kat!

Kasey wrote in with some suggestions, specifically Simplicity 5375, the angel pattern. She has a little making of page here.Thanks Kasey!

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