Jan 312013
 
Fuchsia

We are so excited to be launching Lolita Patterns! We have so many great ideas and awesome things planned and we cannot wait to have you join us!  First off, let me tell you a little bit about us:

Nhi and I met through Pattern Review almost one year ago. Since then, through many outings and many phone calls, we realized we would make a perfect team to start the pattern company we were always talking about. Nhi and I both work in professional/corporate environments and were always struggling to find patterns that were office acceptable but also fun, bold, and eccentric. Not to mention our love of Japanese lolita style clothing. With the idea cemented, we went to work!

To read a little about what our company entails and how we plan on running our business, check out the about page on the website. Our first pattern, Fuchsia, will be released next week and will be FREE! Yes, free! We are planning an amazing sew-along for our first pattern and it will start on Monday, February 11th so everyone will have enough time to get their pattern and supplies. Our pattern is suitable for determined beginners. While the scallops might seem hard, especially in slippery fabric, we have a foolproof method that keeps your scallops looking smooth and spectacular.

Fuchsia Illustration w logo Nhi has already made up several versions of the Fuchsia, and entered the one pattern many looks contest on Pattern Review. Her versions are a great example of how versatile this pattern truly is. You can see more detailed photos in our Fuchsia Flickr group.

Feel free to join our mailing list, subscribe to the blog, like us on Facebook, follow on Pinterest, or any other social media you desire. All of these can be found on the right side of this page. We have big plans and we want you to be a part of them.

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  2 Responses to “Welcome!”

  1. A huge congratulations to the both of you! Love what you are doing and will be happily following along…J

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