We really like to choose patterns full of sweetness and cuteness to create a children’s capsule. We necessarily think of the children around us and seeing them wearing our creations fills us with happiness.
After preparing your orders for the children’s capsule, we got ready for a big event: the Lise Tailor sale. We add new products regularly and we are starting to run out of space in our Lyonnais showroom. So it was high time to make some space. Book your Friday 22, Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 April in the morning already to come to Lyon. We can assure you that there will be bargains to be had at the store.
fAMILY & FRIENDS TIMe
Throwback to the shooting of the children’s capsule
When we love a children’s pattern, we imagine it for our children, our nephews, nieces, godchildren… It is therefore quite natural that we ask them to participate in our photo shoot to highlight our fabrics. What a pleasure to see our creations come to life on children dear to our hearts. Each of our little models was able to leave with their outfits. We thank from the bottom of our hearts : Mathias, Hugo, Gaby, Jade, Sam, Iris 💕
Event not to be missed!
This weekend we are organizing a big clearance sale in our showroom in Lyon: exclusive fabrics, big reductions, fabrics from old collections… we are taking everything out of the cupboards to offer you rare nuggets and to have a great time in our company ! A golden opportunity to come see us to find your next project and do exceptional business!!!
🗓 We are waiting for you on Friday 22, Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 April in the morning without an appointment (the clearance sale will also take place on the website but only on products already online)
The one you liked!
You liked this little skirt sewn in our Maple viscose so much on Lise’s personal Instagram account that we present it to you here with the story of this quick and rewarding seam:
The sewing pattern was chosen, printed and cut and finally… being very lazy, the project completely changed for a quick and efficient sewing! For our next shoot, we wanted to photograph 3 outfits sewn with our Maple viscose for you inspire. This season we try to offer you at least 3 garments in each of our fabrics, which represents a lot of sewing time. The idea of spending hours in front of the sewing machine when the family program was busy gave me wanted to patronize this simple, modern and very comfortable skirt. With a few seams, here is the finished skirt… Very quickly placed on the ground, I took this photo without artifice and posted it directly on Instagram.”
Your enthusiasm for this project surprised us and we are already thinking about what we could present to you from this skirt. Do not hesitate to tell us what you would like.
WHY THIS NAME?
We chose to call our jumpsuit Janie in reference to Lise P.’s sister-in-law, whom she converted to sewing a few years ago. She lives in England and the moments of couture both are rare but precious. Originally, the suit was called Maple, like the fabric, because it was to be presented with this one, but the test fabric to sew the prototype arrived with some defects. So we changed our plans and opted for Rosée Printanière which suits her so well.
This name was obvious from the start of the pattern design. A simple top, easy to sew with a pretty little detail that will be perfect for showcasing patterned fabrics such as plains. Easy Peasy is an English expression which means “Simple as hello”. Those who have already sewn this pattern will be able to confirm that this expression suits her well. This pretty name was also chosen to give confidence to the most novice seamstresses.
We continue with our English references for this skirt pattern. It is the word Bliss that we have retained. A singsong word that makes you smile just by saying it. It means “supreme happiness” in French and that’s all we wish you with this skirt. A joy to sew and wear! A comfortable garment in which you feel good and beautiful! Bliss is also the name of the fabric in which we present this skirt. Bliss the fabric, Bliss the pattern, we finally get lost even among ourselves… Help us decide if our patterns must imperatively have a name other than the fabric…
Their sewing pattern, our fabric…
Focus on our favorite designer: La Robe du Chat
Tell us in the comments if you have ideas for the name of our next patterns, if you would like this little skirt to become a new project…