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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

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    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!

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    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.

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    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!

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    Todd Gibson
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    @todd

    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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