You’ll have time for lunch in one of the many restaurants near the mission (lunch not included in tour cost).Our last stop of the day will be the Quilters Cocoon in Riverside.He first had a successful menswear company, but by 1942 he was operating from a showroom on 5th Avenue in New York City where he began the company that exists today.He and his family moved to Los Angeles in 1944 where he restarted his company, focusing on fabric for clothing.You’ll have a variety of options for lunch and shopping!(Not included in tour cost.) With the unexpected closure of the Quilt Loft, we have revised our itinerary for the day. After lunch, we will visit Sew Together – a Stitching Lounge (https://
The Design Department creates more than 800 designs of colorful screen prints and luscious Bali batiks each year.
9300C Robert Kaufman, the Farmer's Market and then some!
Wednesday January 17th, 2018 We will begin our Los Angeles day with a stop at the home base of Robert Kaufman Fabrics where we will have the opportunity to hear firsthand about how their beautiful fabrics are conceived and manufactured.
Sew Together has a modern vibe with a bright, airy feel. they are next door to the Knitting Tree (https://theknittingtreela.com/), home to an extensive selection of fine yarns curated by Los Angeles-based designers.
They carry most (if not all) of the Kaufman Kona cottons as well as some fun fabrics from RJR, Robert Kaufman, Riley Blake and many other “modern” fabrics. You’ll also find a diverse assortment of unique, handcrafted items from local artisans.