BC Road Trippin’: Kelowna!
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!
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.
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)!
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!
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”. 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.