Butterfly Leggings Fiona Clarke Designs
Work out in comfort with these 3 panel yoga leggings featuring performance fabrics that stretch with you and won't give up! The high-cut foldover waistband gives you versatility, freedom of movement, and comfort making these leggings perfect for everyday wear.
• Leggings made of performance knit fabric (88% polyester, 12% spandex)
• Waistband made of swimsuit knit fabric (71% polyester, 29% spandex) for staying power
• Both fabrics manufactured in Canada
• The performance fabric features EcoPoly fiber, this fiber is eco-friendly since it requires significantly less energy and water during manufacturing than conventional polyester
• Every pair of yoga leggings is printed and sewn by hand in Montreal, Canada
• Signature performance fabric is made by a local Montreal mill
• Compression fit, our yoga leggings hug in all the right places and suit all body types
• Vivid print that will never fade after washing, this ultra-stretch fabric holds shape even after multiple wearings
• Waistband can be worn as a high waistband, or folded down to hug your hips
• Easy care, machine wash in cold water with a phosphate free detergent, machine dry on medium to high heat, do not bleach
• Fabric will dry quickly so you can wear your yoga leggings again soon
Across Australia Aboriginal people saw seasons differently to Europeans and people of the Northern Hemisphere. In Victoria and especially where I currently live in Melbourne the Kulin Nations always believed there were 6 or seven seasons, (the number depended on the Clan/tribe they were connected to). This year in 2019 my husband Ken McKean and I were commissioned by the Ballarat Line Upgrade, (BLU) to design artworks for 5 train stations based on the idea of the Aboriginal seasons. For the first train station 'Rockbank' (after much research) we came across the 'Common Brown Butterfly'. We found that the cycle of the common brown butterfly covered the annual cycle of the Aboriginal seven seasons. Common brown butterflies were to Aboriginal people one of the signs they used to know the changing of the seasons. They were also, because of their amazing transformation from a caterpillar into a beautiful butterfly, a symbol of hope and of the miracles of nature and life.