IPM2017 Sponsor Spotlight: Victory Patterns

Kristiann of Victory Patterns was kind enough to help judge Project Indie which was part of Indie Pattern Month 2014.

We’re been dying to work with Kristiann again so we’re very excited to have Victory Patterns back for Indie Pattern Month this year as a sponsor.

Victory Patterns have been around since 2011 when they launched their first pdf pattern line. We thought it would be fun to see a roundup of some of Kristiann’s favourite makes from around the blogosphere.


This Lola dress from The Perfect Nose blog is hand illustrated using fabric markers. I love how the pockets look like planters for her beautiful flowers!


Josephine Kimberling is a Canadian surface designer and she used Anouk here to show off here amazing prints. I love the brave mixing of color and pattern!


This Chloe dress from @missmake is beautiful mustard yellow and it fits like a glove. I just love how Devon took such care of how she finished the inside of the dress. I’d be tempted to wear it inside out!


While we’re talking about Mustard dresses, this Simone dress by @amoungtheleaves_Kristyn is such a press make. I think the use of black, framed by a print always makes for a classy look and I love the shortened hemline.


The Satsuki is from @adaspragg. Sophie added her own touch here with geometric cutouts along the neckline and at the back. I love how she used a simple pattern as her canvas for her creativity.

Sophie also created this beautiful Royal purple Satsuki that I’m in love with. I love that she was able to get so much mileage out of one pattern and create two dresses that were so beautiful and unique to one another.


Anna from @paunnet turned her Roxanne blouse pattern into a beautiful flowing dress. I also really love her contrasting blue collar!

Karyn from @make_something creates a beautiful Roxanne blouse with a tie collar out of a gorgeous Liberty of London print. I love how her blouse could transition easily from day into night.


Karyn also created the pretty version of Hazel. I like how she chose to use a common print fabric throughout the dress, as it is originally designed for the use of two contrasting fabrics.


These two takes on Ava by @Joliesbobines are both so beautiful!


There are so many lovely Hannah dresses out there, it was hard to pick, but I adore these three by Heather from @closetcasepatterns, Jenny from @renous_oh_glennus and Nina from @fliegfederfrei. It’s always fun to pair up two fabrics together and these ladies did a gorgeous job on their dresses.



Andrea from @fairfit used this incredible vintage silk for her Trina dress and Liz from @zilredloh created another stunning version of the Trina pattern. They both look like superstars!

These ladies customized their Trina creations and I love them all.

Leslie from @threadbeargarments created contrasting sleeves by mixing a solid with a print. Nina from @fliegfederfrei made a short sleeve version and used a sheer fabric for the back and Valerie from @vaaahlerie used elastic at the sleeve hem to turn the kimono into a bishop.


Andrea from @fairfit and Fleurine from @mariefleurine created two stunning Jackie dresses. Andrea went to great effort to make sure her pattern transition from light to dark across her dress panels. Fleurine envisioned her dress in a green velvet, and she looks like a princess out of Frozen. Just gorgeous!

Wow! I’m sure you’ll agree Kristiann picked some amazing makes from her pattern collection and I’ve certainly added a few more Victory Patterns to my wishlist! Thank you so much for sharing with us Kristiann, I know our readers are as inspired as I am!


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