Added May 22, 2011
I created these pants because of my love of gardening and sewing. I found the pattern for these pants while researching women’s 40’s garments. I am creating artwork and garments for a show in August inspired by this time period. During WWI and II women worked on farms in Britain and were known as the “Land Girls.” They were given a uniform and these pants were what they would wear. They are incredibly comfortable to wear while gardening because you can bend up and down easily.
If you are interested in more about it, you can check out my blog: http://www.rebeccashelly.com/blog/?p=507
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