The yellow organic cotton wide-leg pants are made using strips of fabric that are woven by different artisanal groups. The woven fabric is cotton grown, dyed and woven in Burkina Faso all by hand using traditional techniques. The fabric is carefully layered when cutting to position embroidery. It takes about 4 yards of indigo fabric to sew the pant. The pant is made by first attaching the hip pockets. The fly and the zipper are then fixed. Both fronts are joined together to complete the zipper fixing. Both backs are joined, now the side seams and inner seams are joined together. The waistband is then fixed to complete the pant. One tailor sews this pant and it takes half a day to complete the pant.