Introducing Victory Patterns


Victory Patterns came from a desire to create a responsible and ethically produced clothing line, combined with a love for DIY, and the desire to contribute to that growing movement. Creator, Kristiann Boos decided to make a user-friendly, fashionable DIY clothing line based on these ideas after studying fashion design, working as a designer, stylist and costume designer.  I’m loving the different skill levels set for each one along with their flexibility –like how a pattern for a dress can also be a pattern for a blouse, etc.  Check out the designs in the slideshow below and be sure to follow her blog which promises heaps of DIY ideas and how to’s!

  • Anouk 1 of 6
    Anouk is a loose fitting medium length dress or tunic length blouse with optional ties that form a bow at the back for a light fit., $10
  • Ava 2 of 6
    Here's a pattern you can play with! With multiple hem length options, sleeve and garment detail variations, you'll get a lot of mileage out of this one., $10
  • Chloe 3 of 6
    A semi-fitted medium length A-line dress featuring angled front seams, back princess seams, inseam pockets with a faux welt detail and a back zipper closure., $10
  • Hazel 4 of 6
    I love this one. A sweet chemise silhouette dress featuring color blocking that will allow for all sorts of wonderful fabric combinations., $10
  • Lola 5 of 6
    A spin off of the classic crew neck sweater, this comfortable slip on dress features sweater detailing with raglan sleeves, ribbed hem bands, and a front neckline"V" detail., $10
  • Madeleine 6 of 6
    A vintage inspired high waisted flared skirt with a hemline just below the knees features oversized curved patch pockets with a topstitch detailing., $10

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