Presenting the New Victory Patterns Line Up!
Hi, I’m Kristiann, and I’m super excited to present my first line of patterns today! This has been a labor of love over the past year, and I couldn’t be more excited to share this with you!
I’ve taught sewing and drafting for some time now at The Workroom, a lovely sewing studio in Toronto, and becoming part of a vibrant creative community there has been endlessly inspiring and had a massive influence in leading me to create this company. Helping to give people the skills that they need to make something is so much fun for me. Their excitement in what they’ve made is a constant reminder of how amazing it is to be able to make something with your own hands.
I intend to produce fashionable and unique sewing patterns for various skill levels, that will inspire people to continue learning the craft. I wanted to design the patterns with a mix of vintage and modern styling and to create pieces that can be dressed up or down. The awesome thing about patterns is that they’re so interpretive, and you make a garment from them, no two are alike. I love the ability to inject your own personality into it, and i’m really excited to see what beautiful things you end up making from them!
As for this little blog here, there are so many things I want to share with you. You’ll find sewing tutorials, all sorts of DIY projects, style, and design inspiration, sneak peeks into other artists’ inspiring work and other creative meanderings that I come across. I invite any comments and input as to what your dream pattern might be, techniques that you’d like to learn, or any thoughts you might have. I’d love to hear what you have to say!
Thanks for popping by,
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