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FREE SHIPPING Still Available… But Not For Long!

July 18, 2017

Less than 10 promo codes available for free shipping from our online store


And be sure to check out our Project of the Month… this month we are featuring a summer yarn that includes a pattern + yarn for $28. This lightweight, simple stockinette project has been flying off our shelves since the frost lifted!




And we’re live…

July 15, 2017

Check out virtual Baaad Anna’s and shop online at !

Shop Baaad Anna’s Online… Launching July 15th!!!

July 4, 2017

We’re excited to launch our online store bringing unique yarns to our fibre enthusiast community! Use promo code FIRST25SHIPSFREE to get free shipping for the first 25 orders starting July 15th! Click here to link to link to our store!

BC Road Trippin’: Kelowna!

June 13, 2017

Baaad Anna’s is excited to visit Kelowna on June 20th for the most wine-filled stop on our first ever Baaad Ass Roadtrip! We’ll be taking the show on the road and our whistle stop in Kelowna, BC includes an awesome partnership with a blogger from Relentless Knitting Company and the talented designers from Knox Mountain Knit Co. for a pop-up shop at a local honey winery!


Join us at June 20th’s pop-up shop at a winery in Kelowna!


Sasha and Willow of Knox Mountain Knit Co. are a fresh new design team from Kelowna, whose designs reflect their passion for the art and are inspired by the gorgeous landscapes of the Okanagan Valley.

The lovely ladies of Knox Mountain Knit Co… Sasha and Willow!


They are even offering a free new hat pattern to launch this event… check out this amazing Knox Mountain Honey Bee hat pattern which will go live after the event on the 20th (or for those in attendance, pick up your very own free hard copy)!


Honey Bee hat to launch at our event!


Karla of Relentless Knitting Company is a multi-faceted lover of the knit. The Relentless Knitting Company teaches, coordinates events and podcasts all things knitting. Picking up knitting after University, Karla was compelled to keep learning when suddenly going from complete immersion in academia to job hunting. Learning crochet as a child from her grandmother her love of making brought her together with her friend and relentless business partner, Emily, during her practicum to be a teacher. Karla now lets knitting consume her life, balancing a great day job as a middle school science teacher with being a knitting teacher for our local yarn stores in Kelowna whenever possible… Keep knitting relentlessly!


Karla and Emily of Relentless Knitting Company… hello pretty ladies!


On June 20th Baaad Anna’s will be hosting a pop-up shop along with a trunk show from Knox Mountain Knitting and the gals from Relentless Knitting at Meadow Vista Honey Wines in Kelowna. Come enjoy an amazing evening of yarn tasting, wine tasting and general making goodness if you are nearby!




Kelowna is a city on Okanagan Lake in the Okanagan Valley, in the southern interior of British Columbia, Canada. Its name derives from an Okanagan language term for “grizzly bear”.[3] Kelowna is the third largest metropolitan area in the province and ranks as the 22nd largest in Canada, with a population of 194,882 in 2016.

BC Road Trippin’: Castlegar!

June 12, 2017

Baaad Anna’s will be launching its first ever Baaad Ass Roadtrip with a stop in Castlegar this Saturday, June 17th! We’ll be taking the show on the road and our very first whistle stop in Castlegar, BC will be a joint venture with the Selkirk Weavers’ & Spinners’ Guild of the West Kootenays.



The Selkirk Weavers’ & Spinners’ Guild has been active in the West Kootenays since 1972. The objectives of this non-profit are to foster the art and craft of weaving and spinning, to mentor the skills and development of beginning weavers, to encourage achievement of high standards in members’ work and to collect literature for the use of members. They provide rental equipment, workshops, seminars, wholesale yarn supply and an extensive and growing library to its members, and additionally an opportunity to participate in the Guild’s annual exhibit and sale each November.




During the summer, from June to mid-September, the Guild operates a gift shop of handcrafted works at the Doukhobor Discovery Centre. On June 17th, Baaad Anna’s will be joining the Guild at Doukhobor for their annual picnic and launch of summer! If you can’t join us that day, be sure to drop in throughout the summer as the Guild demonstrate the traditional art of weaving and spinning in this unique museum. Throughout the rest of the year Guild meetings are held once per month at the Centre where guests are welcome. The Selkirk Weavers’ & Spinners’ Guild can be contacted through their Facebook page.



Castlegar is the second largest community in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada and is located within the Selkirk Mountains at the confluence of the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers. Castlegar is a regional trade and transportation centre, with a local economy fueled by forestry, mining and tourism. Castlegar was recently cited as one of the Top 8 Places in British Columbia for most promising growth. It is home to Selkirk College, a regional airport, a pulp mill, and several sawmills. The population of 7,259 people includes a large number of Doukhobors, who were largely responsible for much of Castlegar’s early development and growth.

World Wide Knit In Public Day

June 10, 2017

Happy World Knit In Public Day today! Incelebration we at Baaad Anna’s Yarn Store put everything in store at 10% off all weekend long! Hope wherever you are there’s something pretty on your needles!

BC Road Trippin’: Kamloops!

June 9, 2017

Baaad Anna’s will be visiting Kamloops on June 21st on our first ever Baaad Ass Roadtrip! We’ll be taking the show on the road and our whistle stop in Kamloops, BC includes a sold out yarn tasting event at Knit2 Yarns.


Yarn mecca in Kamloops!


Carla Fawcett was able to make her dream come true in record time when Kamloops got its newest yarn store. Knit2 Yarns is happily in its second year of business but started when a thought turned into to a reality in only 3 short months. Carrying an amazing selection of yarns, patterns and notions, Carla would love for you to drop by when on route to or passing through this gorgeous town that sits on the Thompson River.


One of Knit2 Yarns selection of BC-local lines currently available.


Kamloops is a city in south central British Columbia in Canada at the confluence of the two branches of the Thompson River near Kamloops Lake. It is the largest community in the Thompson-Nicola Regional District and the location of the regional district’s offices. The surrounding region is more commonly referred to as the Thompson Country.


BC Road Trippin’: Lytton!

June 7, 2017

Watch out Lytton, Baaad Anna’s is planning a visit on June 22nd as a stop on our first ever Baaad Ass Roadtrip! We’ll be taking the show on the road and our whistle stop in Lytton, BC includes a yarn tasting event partnered with Klowa Arts & Handicrafts.



Klowa Art & Handcrafts (est. 2016) is the Fraser Canyon’s artistic hub, with indigenous art and other locally handmade goods, a colourful selection of yarns (including Lytton’s own Garden Gate Yarn), knitting supplies, and more. It’s a refreshing place to stop in Lytton. You can find inspiration in the knitted finished objects, dream over some handdyed yarn, or in July enjoy a coffee in the soon to open Klowa Café courtyard!
Klowa began in a 100-sq-ft space known as Lytton Knittin’, where owner Meghan Fandrich introduced the Lytton area to fine yarns such as luscious Malabrigo or the well curated Vegan Yarn, and offered knitting & crochet workshops as well as patterns from some of the newest knitting designers. Lytton Knittin’ moved two doors down and Klowa began – and suddenly local artists began appearing with their beautiful handmade goods. Meghan (seen below with the one-year-old Klowa Baby) is inspired by the artistic community of the Canyon who make Klowa what it is: a vibrant artists’ centre.
Lytton in British Columbia, Canada, sits at the confluence of the Thompson River and Fraser River on the east side of the Fraser. The location has been inhabited by the Nlaka’pamux people for over 10,000 years, and is one of the earliest locations settled by non-natives in the Southern Interior of British Columbia, having been founded during the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush of 1858–59, when it was originally known as “The Forks”.



BC Road Trippin’: Grand Forks!

June 6, 2017

Baaad Anna’s will be visiting Grand Forks on June 18th as part of our first ever Baaad Ass Roadtrip! We’ll be taking the show on the road and our whistle stop in Grand Forks, BC will focus on an almost sold out yarn tasting event with Lynden Tree Yarns.



For over two years Lynn Relph has been supplying the West Kootenay region with fine yarns, patterns, accessories and finished products. Sourcing local and BC-made yarns, batts, project bags, pottery yarn bowls, purses and totes, buttons and scarf jewelry, be sure to stop in when next driving along Highway 3!

7375 – 2nd St. Grand Forks, BC




Grand Forks, population 4,049, is a city in the Boundary Country of the West Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. It is located at the confluence of the Granby River and Kettle River, a tributary of the Columbia. The city is just north of the US-Canada border, approximately 500 km from Vancouver, British Columbia and 200 km from Kelowna, British Columbia and 220 km from Spokane, Washington and 23 km west of the resort area of Christina Lake by road.




Baaad A@@ Road Trip Across BC!

June 1, 2017

Announcing Baaad Anna’s BC Roadtrip! We’re taking the yarn on the road this June! 

Join us here throughout the month to hear about our many stops across Beautiful British Columbia and journey with us while we explore various Guilds, Local Yarn Stores, and even help launch a brand new Fibre Festival in the Kootenays!