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Mood Designer Fabrics Moves To La Brea

Megan Dacus |
February 1, 2013 | 1:20 a.m. PST

Staff Reporter

Image courtesy @moodfabrics pinterest
Image courtesy @moodfabrics pinterest
Los Angeles is now home to a better Mood. Mood Designer Fabrics, made famous by Project Runway, has moved from Pico Street to a bigger location on South La Brea. This store has been and still is the most reliable source for fabrics and sewing supplies; perfect for all projects, ranging from high fashion designs to household crafts. L.A. is lucky to have a new place to shop for every sewing need.

Mood kicked off the New Year by opening their relocated and renovated Los Angeles store on January 2nd. The store moved to the Hancock Park, located on 645 South La Brea, with 22,000 square feet of space that is ready to accommodate the thousands of yards of fabric that Mood has to offer. With fabric prices ranging from $2 to $150 per yard, there is something for everybody and in addition to their great selection of fabrics you can find extra supplies for all the embellishments and quick fixes that you will have.

If you’re a fan of Mood already for their excellent supply of everything fabrics then you may be even more excited to hear about their new classroom space. Mood will be using the new classroom section of the story starting February 4th, by holding sewing and design classes for all ages.

Contact the store if you are interested in this wonderful opportunity, and who knows, maybe sewing will have a revival in Hancock Park for a new future in fashion.  

Mood Designer Fabrics:

645 South La Brea Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90036

(323) 653-6663


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