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Most of my knitting is charity knitting. I do try to knit a few scarves and socks for family every year though. I knit woolen sweaters for 'cold kids', these have been shipped as far as Russia or as close as US Indian Reservations. We also have a prayer shawl group at our church. I have purged my stash pretty well, so now looking for some projects that take less than 200 yards of pretty yarn.
Yes, it is hard to find wool in SC.
 

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Welcome to the forum from Rae in NC : )
 

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So you won't be far from me :)

We have two "dedicated" yarn shops, one in North Myrtle Beach (Knitting Up a Storm) and one in Myrtle Beach, the Carolina Forest area (Knit'nPurl). I think the prices are way high in the NMB shop! and I like the atmosphere of the other shop.

There is also a wonderful shop in Southport, NC called Angelwings. It's kind of "on the way" to Wilmington, with only a couple of turns off Hwy 17. Well worth the drive :) altho their prices are on the high end as well. But they carry some wonderful yarns and an extensive collection of patterns.
 
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