Still spinning after 30 years

THE Bendigo Woollen Mills is gearing up for a busy winter.

Product development team members Kris Taylor said things would ramp up in April or May when people start knitting their winter woollies.

"And also in July we have the wool and sheep show here so it goes crazy," she said.

"It's a really great time for all the fibre artists and everyone to come to Bendigo - it's a wonderful time of the year."

The Bendigo Woollen Mills celebrated its 30th birthday on Tuesday.

The Bendigo Woollen Mills is Australia's largest hand knitting and crafting yarn mail order manufacturer.

Read more about the Bendigo Woollen Mills in today's Weekender.

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