The secret's out: Victory Patterns now in Print
I've had to use all my strength I could muster to restrain from announcing this properly over the past few months, although I don't think I did a very good job, because I had to leak the secret here and there.
But here's the BIG NEWS...
All ten styles are now in print! And fear not, lover's of pdf's, I'm continuing to produce patterns in both formats so you can take your pick. We're just tying up some loose ends on the site to get thing ready for purchasing, but it won't be long again. I'll announce once it's all finally ready.
I cannot begin to describe my happiness and gratitude for all the support and love of everyone in my life, and from all of you, that made this possible. It's a REALLY big deal to me. THANK YOU! This has been such a rewarding project. My heart skipped a few beats when they all finally arrived. It's pretty shocking for me to see this in a physical format, and to stand in a room where they surround me. I can only compare it to the feeling of creating a monster, but a good one!
On a side note, some of you have asked for metric conversions. Your wish has been granted. You'll find both metric and imperial in the charts and throughout the instructions. Also, now when you purchase a pdf pattern, you'll receive both a print at home and print at the copy shop version. I hope that makes things more convenient for you.
Now back to my favorite part, designing some new patterns!
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