Virtual Tourism Time Machine: Twist Fibre Festival

24 February 2021

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Indulge in a virtual visit through time and space to the 2019 Twist fibre festival in Quebec, the last time the festival was held in person before COVID-19 made large gatherings impossible. We can practically feel the sun on our faces and smell the wool all around. Enjoy.

Bienvenue à TWIST!

In 2019, more than 25,000 visits were counted over the course of the four-day festival, with attendees coming from all over Canada, the United States and Europe. Click to see the photos full-size.

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