Shop Spotlight - Gather: DTLA April 02, 2017 08:00
Shop Spotlight - Gather: DTLA
453 S. Spring St. #M1
Thursday - 10am-7pm
- Free crochet pattern by Nicole of Naturally Nora Crochet - featured yarn will be Galler Yarns Prime Alpaca.
- Free knitting pattern by Annie of Petite Weaver - featured yarn will be The Fibre Co Arranmore.
- Indie dyer yarn trunk show on Saturday the 8th all day with Rachel of Ritual Dyes from Portland OR
- "Scarves, etc. 6" from Quince and Co pattern sample trunk show will be in the shop all weekend
- Sport Weight Alpaca and Metallico trunk show from Blue Sky Fibers will be in the shop all weekend
- "Apples for Unicorns" new pattern release by Anna Maltz
- Giveaways periodically every day for those in the shop
Where to Park:
Metered & Lot Parking alongside Spring Street between 4th and 6th
Closest parking lot is to the right of Spring Street Entrance to the building.
Or take the METRO! The Pershing Square stop is just a block away.
We’re located in the Spring Arts Tower, on the South-East Corner of 5th and Spring downtown LA. Our official address is 453 S Spring, but the best point of entry is through The Last Bookstore on the 5th street facing side as shown above. Look up to your right, and you’ll see our yarn hanks in the upper corner unit. The stairway upstairs is towards the back on the right. Ask bookstore staff how to get to the yarn shop on the Mezzanine. Call us at 213.908.2656 if you have any trouble! See you soon.
Gather DTLA brings yarn and fiber to the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Part of the Historic Core and Gallery Row we’re located on the Mezzanine floor of The Last Bookstore, a 10,000 square foot historic space originally a bank…now pure feat of the imagination, housing thousands of (mostly) used books, records, artist studios and a growing community of creatives who think outside the box while staying rooted in their shared love of literature.
Gather is focused on sourcing supplies for knitting, crochet and spinning that are local, made in the US, fair-trade, and eco-friendly. You’ll find an urban oasis filled with hand-dyed, organic and unique materials and a community of talented yarnistas and design-a-saurs to help you with your fiber adventure. Whether you’re knitting a hat, looking for unusual art materials for your fiber project, or just trying to learn patience we offer classes, yarn tastings, designer workshops, and curate interesting fiber art from around the world.
Where to eat:
Crepes Sans Frontieres
Grand Central Market
Also check out the Historic Core Directory
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