I have been knitting my way through life and am greatly influenced by Nlaka’pamux Territory. Both consciously and unconsciously, I incorporate the natural beauty of this home into my designs.
Knitting is personal, an expression, an outlet; and in times like this one, when I am grieving the loss of my community and my beloved business to the fire, knitting is survival.
Stitch by stitch, I am knitting my way through this.
Meghan was born in Lytton and it is has been her home for most of her life. Although she defines herself as a knitter, not a business person, she is the woman behind Klowa.
While travelling on dusty Latin American busses in her 20s, Meghan learned how to knit ugly hats with acrylic yarn. Now, twenty years later, she sources sustainably produced yarn (particularly plant-dyed natural fibers) to knit beautiful heirloom pieces. Her designs feature clean, consistent shapes that serve as a blank canvas for ‘painting’ with colour, texture and mood.