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Tips for fabric shopping in New York

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    JWo @JWo

    @lightningmcstitch, I’m sure you are!!💪🏻💪🏻 I’m going for a conference but with a bit of imagination there could be something in it for you:
    “The difficult airway: no larynx in view, now what do I do?”; “obstructive sleep apnea and ambulatory surgery”; “problems in geriatric anesthesia”; and “anaesthetic neurotoxicity: can we reduce the risk”…..
    Or you could just go shopping

    Lightning McStitch @LightningMcStitch

    😃 @jwo until you’ve tried to intubate a rabbit, you know nothing of difficult airways!
    I’d find all of that fascinating!

    Nicole @motherof5

    I wonder if small hands are an advantage? My BIL used to get me to pull lambs as my hands were smaller.

    Have fun shopping, seriously jealous.

    ANDREA @Alingram

    I will be in the city next week shopping for fabric. This will be my first experience fabric shopping there and I cannot be more excited. I plan on bringing home a good bit of lace and trim. My question is, will I look silly lugging around a small suitcase to stash my purchased goods in? I plan on making the most of my time and I don’t want the burden of carrying around bags and bags of fabric. Is this a normal sight in the garment district? Thanks!

    Todd Gibson

    Andrea, have no fear. The Garment District is near Penn Station, and there are lots of people in the neighborhood with suitcases.

    Happy shopping!

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