Mom had been there a number of times, but this was my first trip. First stop: Micheal Levine's!
Imagine a fabric shop the size of WalMart, and you'll get Michael Levines. They have every kind of fabric imaginable, and I'd never seen anything like it in Hancock's or JoAnn's.
I especially loved their cotton knits, and got yardage from several different prints for a few upcoming projects.
I also found adorable quilters cottons for a baby quilt I'm making soon!
|huge batik section|
|a whole row of polka dots!|
Fabric stores are just the beginning. There are also stores that only sell ribbon, or bridal stuff, or beads. We went in one bead store the size of my local grocery store, where every vertical inch of the place was covered in beads. Talk about sensory overload!
I bought a few strands of beads with some upcoming projects in mind...
All that oohing and aahing over stuff made us hungry, so we dined in the International Food Court. Chicken Shawarma, yum!!!
If I ever get really into making clothing or crazy fabric crafts, I know where I'm taking my pilgrimages. The LA Fashion District was beyond cool.