|Norsk Trikotasjemuseum (27 Sept 2019 - 29 Sept 2019)|
Welcome to Bergen Knit Festival
The festival takes place at The Norwegian Knitting Industry Museum, an old textile mill in Salhus, about 20 minutes from Bergen by car. The museum preserve the former textile mill Salhus Tricotagefabrik (1859–1989), a national industrial heritage site selected by the Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage.
The festival offers workshops, talks and a market place with local vendors that sell yarn and other things related to yarn and knitting.
Please note that most of the talks and workshops are given in Norwegian language, unless stated.
The program for the 2019 festival will be launched in spring of 2019. The tickets go live in June. Follow us on Instagram for updates on the festival.
We welcome you again to the cosiest and warmest festival in Norway!
-Text from bergenstrikkefestival.com
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