Iroquois Bar Corp Fabrication Shop in Buffalo, NY

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1. Iroquois Bar Corporation

155 Commerce DrBuffalo, NY 14218

(716) 270-0433
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Helpful Reviews 
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
Sam S. rated

I went here to get into some crafting to help pass the winter blues. Im new to crafting so I had a few questions. I have never been so insulted by the snobby responses I got. I will never shop here again. my grandmother suggested michels.

Elmwood Village Fabrics Inc
libertyhouse rated
This little shop carries lots ...

This little shop carries lots of unique fabrics that you will not find in the corporate stores. However, good luck getting a little help! I wanted to purchase some elastic and did not see any on display. The website made it sound as though they carried this so I waited until the woman behind the counter finished with another customer. And I waited some more. My husband was with me and after several minutes we were both slowly pacing the floor of this small shop while the woman kept up the idle chit-chat with the other customer. I don't think it would have been rude to interrupt her conversation to ask us if we needed help.After several minutes of this, we began to leave. Just as we were opening the door, the woman behind the counter called to us "did you need anything in particular?" Yes, I need to find a convenient place to buy some elastic and other sewing supplies. Let me know if you ever want the business.