Cotton is the most polluting fabric to produce, distroying vast tracts of land, killing people, polluting rivers and waterways - and it's no good saying 'organic' is any sort of answer, the good pesticide free growing land it then tied up growing somthing starving farmers families can't eat. I am constantly horrified at the casual use of this fabric and how unbelievably cheap cotton can be bought for. I don't think it is about the money,we are duty bound to make the fullest use of every scrap of cotton that exists to save having to produce more.
I have, by trial and error, developed the perfect pants pattern have kept myself in underwear for several years making them with t-shirts. I have taken on board all the comments of the customers who have bought these from me before and have made some in three sizes, these are size 14-16. There are two in a pack and there are a variety of colours and a few with lycra or polyester in the mix, it is just the luck of the draw what you get! I have even made a recycled bag with A3 peices of paper which were discards from the college photocopyer!
Give my eco pants a go and change your mind about upsycling.
comfortable, practical, useful, pretty, unusual, comfy, two in pack, upcycled, recycled
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