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Knitting shops in Northern Ireland
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Aug 30, 2012 14:15:32   #
I have just been invited to stay with friends in Northern Ireland. I have never visited before and I have been wondering what I would like to bring back with me to remind me of my long weekend holiday there. It's obvious really ! It has to be yarn! What suggestions does anyone have. I am prepared to "push the boat out" for something special as I am unlikely to visit again. Home spun? or natural dye? I will be based in Bangor. Do you know a local producer or a shop? Thanks
Aug 30, 2012 14:56:02   #
kaixixang (a regular here)
Wool Shop
4 Railway Court Bangor BT20 3BU
Tel: 02891 452801

14B Bridge Street Donaghadee BT21 0AD
Tel: 02891 884265

Irish Wool Store
26 Killaire Park, Bangor, UK, BT19 1EG
Tel: +44 (0) 2891 817378

There may be duplicates in the bottom weblink...but enjoy!
Aug 30, 2012 15:47:52   #
Thanks kaixixang - looks like I will be spoilt for choice and that knitting is very alive and well in NI.
Aug 30, 2012 17:48:59   #
kaixixang (a regular here)
I wish for Merino! But I'll enjoy your thanks. <G>
whippetann wrote:
Thanks kaixixang - looks like I will be spoilt for choice and that knitting is very alive and well in NI.
Aug 31, 2012 15:06:25   #
Lovely to hear that you will be visiting Bangor. Our local wool shop is situated at the train station forecourt, so you will not find it hard to find and the girls in the shop are very helpful.
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