Newsletter-photo

Top 50 Blogs
for Fashion Sewers

Subscribe to our FREE email newsletter and get the Top 50 Best Bloggers for Sewing Enthusiasts.

ombre satsuki

Added Sep 9, 2013

by lumiukko

Vancouver, Canada

Img_0132_thumb

Views

699

Img_6688_large

Description

This was my first project using Victory Patterns and I’m very happy with the experience! I’m so stoked that I’m able to support a small Canadian company.

This pattern came together wonderfully. I used a white viscose (that wrinkles crazily, as you can see!) that has a really nice drape. This was made to be a wearable muslin, but I think this will actually become a new favourite garment. The style is quite the departure from my usual clothes, but I really love it! I fully intended to dye this, but I still found the all-white ‘toga’ stage to be rather amusing. For the ombre, I used Intense Violet from Dylon.

I would highly recommend this pattern for beginners. It’s easy to put together with looking it.

Material Notes

2 metres viscose

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer, Fall
Garment Type
Tops
Style
Beach, Casual, Romantic
Material
Other

4 Comments Sign in to add a post

  • Image7_large

    Sep 9, 2013, 04.26 PMby Ellen Hatteland

    Cool! I love it :) Nice color as well!

    1 Reply
    • Img_0132_large

      Sep 9, 2013, 06.13 PMby lumiukko

      Thanks!

  • 2015-06-24_08_01_43_large

    Sep 9, 2013, 02.36 PMby Mary Athey

    lovely top and the violet dye looks fab x

    1 Reply
    • Img_0132_large

      Sep 9, 2013, 03.20 PMby lumiukko

      Thank you, and thanks for the comment!

  • 2012-04-12_16_03_07-1_large

    Sep 9, 2013, 02.25 PMby Fantasywriter

    I just found Victory online. They look awesome! Thanks for sharing your pretty top and the pattern name.

    1 Reply
    • Img_0132_large

      Sep 9, 2013, 03.24 PMby lumiukko

      Their patterns are all so cool! I’ve restricted myself to only getting two so far. Thanks for your lovely comments!

  • 2012-04-12_16_03_07-1_large

    Sep 9, 2013, 02.24 PMby Fantasywriter

    This is a very nice, versatile top. I’ll be checking whether Victory patterns are available at Fabricville or online. I’ve only been in Canada a year, so I’m still learning what’s where. Great pics, too.

    • This is a question
  1. Sign in to add a post

Add to Favorites 1 person added it