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Yay! Fabric Weekend starts tomorrow!
And what , you might ask, is Fabric Weekend?
Just a super fun weekend filled with shopping at the Fabric district in Los Angeles with about 20 blog buddies and new to me bloggers I can’t wait to meet! The brainchild of Andrea from A Train To Crazy, Fabric Weekend is all about shopping for fabric, getting to know each other, and eating! I look forward to meeting some of the bloggers I’ve known online in person, and having a regular girls weekend without any kids in tow! Being based near LA myself, and growing up in the city, helping to plan some of these events has been a lot of fun and I hope everyone flying in has a great time in the City of Angels.
Sorry I won’t be posting Sew & Tell Saturday this weekend but I do have a Craftsy Class Giveaway up this week. Stop by my post here to check it out.
There will be a private shopping tour and lunch at of one of my favorite shops I’ve been going to since I was a kid, Micheal Levine. Micheal Levine has been one of my favorite fabric shopping destinations in downtown since I was a teenager eons ago. The funny thing about the Fabric district in LA, is that it’s one of those places that hasn’t changed much over the years. In a city that seems to change it’s identity on a weekly basis, that’s something I find comforting.
We will be shopping at the new and improvedMood Fabrics store on La Brea, the funky little mom &
pop fabric and pattern supply shops in downtown, have a tour at FIDM and will be ending the weekend with Girls Night Out, a bloggers dinner party.
To end the weekend, Jessica from Me Sew Crazy will be hosting her popular bloggers event, Girls Night Out, a dinner party hosted by the generous folks from Jo-Ann Fabrics . The Los Angeles GNO event will be held at Industriel Farm, a swank new hot spot in downtown LA. Thanks Jo-Ann!
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