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Geelong’s best knitters and aspiring designers indulged their woolly wanderlust with tributes to the universe in this year’s National Wool Museum Scarf Festival.
The scarf makers chased the stars and let the cosmos guide them in this year’s theme Galaxies: a textile journey to infinity and beyond.
Highton’s Alex Hecker models the spaced-out scarves from this year’s planetary prize winners and highly commended entries.

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