Imagined and handmade in Lytton, BC, Canada.
Each Klowa item is carefully handknit by Meghan Fandrich, who lives in the little village of Lytton, BC, Canada.
Klowa Handknits are created in and inspired by the landscape of this incredible place, where two rivers and three mountain ranges come together; where the Nlaka'pamux people have lived for tens of thousands of years; where snowy peaks tower above the pine and sage of the desert.
Meghan knits wearable pieces of art using natural, sustainably-produced fibres. Using eco-conscious materials and practices enables her to connect with and take pride in every single piece.
Klowa's Organic Cotton Collection uses heritage varieties of fair trade & organic cotton. Some of it is plant-dyed in small batches in a Vancouver-area studio; the rest is "colour-grown".
Colour-grown cotton means that the cotton grew in that colour: no dye is used. We choose colour-grown cotton because it is organic, chemical-free, and sustainably produced... not to mention beautiful.
The Nlaka'pamux Pictograph Collection (soon to be released) uses Canadian sheep wool from a small Albertan mill. We choose undyed natural colours and plant-dyed wool.
Available exclusively at Klowa in Lytton, BC, Canada.