Designer Lori Peltonen aka Monster Muffin aka Muffin aka Muffy.......started the first collection immediately after graduating from Fashion Design at George Brown College in Toronto. The original line was alternative street wear and lots and lots of custom made clothing. A few years later roller derby was introduced to her and she fell in love not only with the sport but the people as well. After a few months of getting to know more about this incredible sport she joined the Renegade Derby Dames in Alliston, Ontario. Today she skates with Team Ontario, Toronto Roller Derby All-Stars and The Chicks Ahoy!
Today Monster Muffin can be found across Canada, the United States, the Milky Way and beyond....shipping can get expensive.
Meet the Monster Muffin Team:
Muffin: Designer, Owner, Boss Lady, Comic Relief. Her "about" is above so really here are just some fun pictures.
Scandal Navian: Head seamstress, pretty much Muffin's right hand (although she's left handed). She too skates with Toronto Roller Derby's Chicks Ahoy! Scandal has been skating since 2013 and has been with us here at Monster Muffin since 2014. Her favorite colour is brown and she loves robots.
Boxcar: Seamstress in training and master of all things web developing. Not like this was planned but she too skates for Toronto Roller Derby's Chicks Ahoy! and also ToRD's All-Stars, Team Ontario and TEAM CANADA!! Boxcar has been with us since 2016 and we love her. Her favorite colour is royal blue and she loves kittens.
And the team we all skate on together, because working together just isn't enough.
Wrap measuring tape under your arms, across the fullest part of your chest or bust. Make sure measuring tape is parallel to the floor with arms at your sides. It may be easier to have someone assist you.
Wrap measuring tape around the smallest part of your waist, usually 1" to 2" above belly button. Again, make sure
Wrap measuring tape around the fullest part of you hips. Your hips are usually 6" below waist or half way between belly button and crotch. Make sure measuring tape is once again parallel to floor.