Spring and Summer call to mind blousy pants. Cool enough, warm enough.
And nothing says big pants like Hammer Pants.
|The cropped jacket is intriguing to me. That black and red version is snappy.|
Yes, this pattern eludes me still. The bonus is the official iron on transfer with signature and logo. I'm just not into it enough to drop more than $20.
Fun facts about Winterland Productions
Links you to a cool short promo on what a fun thing it is to be underpaid to make advertising t shirts.
Ventilation not included.
(from the latter UPI link): "Bill Graham founded the company in the early 1970s to sell such merchandise as t-shirts and programs at rock concerts. The company also markets the images of artists on various products.
Winterland, for example, provided all the merchandise for such recent events as Live Aid, Hands Across America, and concerts by Bruce Springsteen, U2,
Madonna and Fleetwood Mac".
And MC Hammer.
|This one had escaped my attention before. The lower right is aMAZing|
You know the name Winterland from the San Francisco concert hall bearing that name. The concert portions of The Last Waltz were filmed there.
It's not the same thing, but it's the same thing; same vintage time frame, same styling.
At the price point I can find at Value Village, that is.
And it is a 90 minute pattern. Once piece, cut four times.
This is the least I have altered a pants pattern. I figured I should see what I got straight out of the box.
Side seam pockets, btw.
Not to be confused with Thai fisherman pants.
This is quite the DIY rabbit hole. You can buy a pattern for them, though many other people have left a lot of drawings on the internet for you to look for.
This image is from 2014, Peter Lappin's Male Pattern Boldness blog, http://malepatternboldness.blogspot.com/2014/02/thai-fisherman-pants-shirt-update.html
He has done all the heavy lifting you will ever need on this.
Obligatory photo of Ren and Stimpy pants
But none of us have made a pair in gold lame.
Not yet, anyway.....