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Named for the oldest Lequime brother, Bernard Avenue is the gateway to downtown Kelowna and the heart of its Cultural District. Visitors to the iconic “main street” can take in Kelowna’s first stone building—built with stone quarried on Knox Mountain!—enjoy exceptional dining and artisan cafes, or shop in one of the many unique retail stores.

eBook : 3 patterns

The Biggie Collection is available for half price until the end of the day tomorrow, November 24. No code needed! Just add to cart.

eBook : 3 patterns

Kelowna, BC, is home to more than 200 parks and green spaces, including Cedar Creek Park. Located along the Eastern shores of Okanagan Lake, this hidden gem has a long pebble beach, stunning lake views, and many hiking trails to explore.

eBook : 3 patterns

The Gellatly Nut farm, located on the Westside of Okanagan Lake, is one of the oldest working nut farms in Canada. Started in the early 1900s by brothers Jack and David Gellatly, the farm soon became the hub of nut growing and breeding in North America. Today, the farm is home to over 800 nut trees and shrubs, including the beloved chestnut.

eBook : 3 patterns

Tracing its way through the Cascade Mountains is the infamous Highway Thru Hell, otherwise known as the Coquihalla or, as locals call it, “the Coq”. This snowbound highway roughly follows the route of the former Kettle Valley Railway, connecting the coastal rainforest of BC’s Lower Mainland with the desert climate of its interior.

eBook : 3 patterns

The Gellatly Nut Farm, located on the west side of Okanagan Lake, is one of the oldest working nut farms in Canada. The farm is home to over 800 nut trees and shrubs, including the beloved heartnut, named for its production of a nut that looks, both inside and out, like a heart.

eBook : 3 patterns

Located in the hills above Kelowna, BC, Myra Canyon is a beautiful and historic section of the Kettle Valley Railway, originally built by hand at the turn of the last century. This impressive landmark is now a world-famous hiking/cycling trail, highlighted by two tunnels, eighteen trestle bridges, and breathtaking views.

eBook : 3 patterns

Sagebrush is a woody and herbaceous plant native to western North America. This aromatic shrub grows in arid and semi-arid conditions throughout a range of cold desert and mountain habitats, such as British Columbia’s Southern Interior. Sagebrush provides food and habitat for a variety of wildlife and was traditionally used as a herbal medicine.

eBook : 3 patterns

Traders Cove is a regional park nestled along the shores of Okanagan Lake. As a protected vegetation and wildlife park, much of this serene oasis is in its natural state. The park’s two bays are divided by a rocky peninsula adorned with native cacti and sagebrush, and dotted with ponderosa pine.

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Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The Gellatly Nut Farm, located on the west side of Okanagan Lake, is one of the oldest working nut farms in Canada. The farm is home to over 800 nut trees and shrubs, including the beloved heartnut, named for its production of a nut that looks, both inside and out, like a heart.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Laurel is half price until the end of day tomorrow, March 19. No code needed! Just add to cart.
Knitting: Cowl
Polka Dot Sheep is generously offering a 15% discount on their Stumptown DK until February 10, using code cablelove.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Polka Dot Sheep is generously offering a 15% discount on their Stumptown DK until February 10, using code cablelove.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Polka Dot Sheep is generously offering a 15% discount on their Stumptown DK until February 10, using code cablelove.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Named for the oldest Lequime brother, Bernard Avenue is the gateway to downtown Kelowna and the heart of its Cultural District. Visitors to the iconic “main street” can take in Kelowna’s first stone building—built with stone quarried on Knox Mountain!—enjoy exceptional dining and artisan cafes, or shop in one of the many unique retail stores.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Named for the oldest Lequime brother, Bernard Avenue is the gateway to downtown Kelowna and the heart of its Cultural District. Visitors to the iconic “main street” can take in Kelowna’s first stone building—built with stone quarried on Knox Mountain!—enjoy exceptional dining and artisan cafes, or shop in one of the many unique retail stores.
Knitting: Scarf
Named for the oldest Lequime brother, Bernard Avenue is the gateway to downtown Kelowna and the heart of its Cultural District. Visitors to the iconic “main street” can take in Kelowna’s first stone building—built with stone quarried on Knox Mountain!—enjoy exceptional dining and artisan cafes, or shop in one of the many unique retail stores.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Knox Mountain Park is a natural recreation area located in the heart of Kelowna, BC. The park’s tree-lined trails reveal an array of flora and fauna as they transition from lakeshore to summit, highlighting the wonder and diversity of the Okanagan landscape.
Knitting: Cowl
Located in an upland area between the Monashee Mountain range and the Okanagan Valley is Big White Mountain, the highest summit of the Okanagan Highland and home to the third largest ski resort in British Columbia. A family-oriented winter playground affectionately called “Biggie” by locals!
Knitting: Mittens
Located in an upland area between the Monashee Mountain range and the Okanagan Valley is Big White Mountain, the highest summit of the Okanagan Highland and home to the third largest ski resort in British Columbia. A family-oriented winter playground affectionately called “Biggie” by locals!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Originating in the North Cascades National Park, the Vedder River flows north across the Canada-United States border and into the Fraser Lowland. Surrounded by snow covered mountains, the popular river provides year-round recreation for outdoor enthusiasts to explore the true beauty of the British Columbia outdoors.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Tucked into the shores of Kalamalka Lake, Jade Bay is one of the lake’s many great beaches. Named for the Okanagan chief that occupied it’s shores, Kalamalka Lake is one of only a handful of ‘marl lakes’ that display the reaction of limestone deposits to temperature change. In summer these deposits crystallize, giving the lake its blue-green hue.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Located on the shores of Okanagan Lake, Fintry Provincial Park is rich with history. Formerly the Fintry Estate—one of the valley’s earliest pioneer settlements—park visitors today can camp amongst the old growth cottonwoods, enjoy the sandy beaches, tour the historical buildings, or explore the scenic waterfalls and deep pools of Shorts Creek ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Formed during the Okanagan’s volcanic era, and carved out by de-glaciation, Rose Valley Regional Park showcases the unique Okanagan ecosystem. Trails wind along volcanic cliffs, past caves formed from air bubbles in the lava, through grassy plateaus and wooded areas, until visitors are finally rewarded with panoramic views of the Okanagan Valley.
Knitting: Cowl
The Granby River—named for the mining company that operated a smelter along its banks in the early 1900s—flows south from the Monashee Mountains to the United States border. Although at one point the river was dammed to provide power to the nearby smelter, today it is known as one of the best fly fishing regions in British Columbia.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Granby River—named for the mining company that operated a smelter along its banks in the early 1900s—flows south from the Monashee Mountains to the United States border. Although at one point the river was dammed to provide power to the nearby smelter, today it is known as one of the best fly fishing regions in British Columbia.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The Granby River—named for the mining company that operated a smelter along its banks in the early 1900s—flows south from the Monashee Mountains to the United States border. Although at one point the river was dammed to provide power to the nearby smelter, today it is known as one of the best fly fishing regions in British Columbia.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Shawl kits are available for a limited time from Seawall Fibres Etsy shop.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Kelowna’s Layer Cake Mountain is a spectacular land form created by ancient volcanic activity and carved away by glacial streams. The unique stacking of alternating thin and thick layers of volcanic rock, formed by the cooling and contracting of volcanic flow, make it the only formation of its kind in the world.
Knitting: Ankle Sock, Mid-calf Socks
As chief engineer of the Kettle Valley Railway, Andrew McCulloch is credited with accomplishing the impossible—connecting the BC Coast with the Southern Interior via rail. A marvel of engineering, in part due to the difficult construction of the Myra Canyon Trestles and Quintette Tunnels, the KVR is aptly referred to as ‘McCulloch’s Wonder’.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Located in an upland area between the Monashee Mountain range and the Okanagan Valley is Big White Mountain, the highest summit of the Okanagan Highland and home to the third largest ski resort in British Columbia. A family-oriented winter playground affectionately called “Biggie” by locals!
Knitting: Cowl
Kelowna, BC, is home to more than 200 parks and green spaces, including Cedar Creek Park. Located along the Eastern shores of Okanagan Lake, this hidden gem has a long pebble beach, stunning lake views, and many hiking trails to explore.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Kelowna, BC, is home to more than 200 parks and green spaces, including Cedar Creek Park. Located along the Eastern shores of Okanagan Lake, this hidden gem has a long pebble beach, stunning lake views, and many hiking trails to explore.
Knitting: Mittens, Fingerless Gloves
Kelowna, BC, is home to more than 200 parks and green spaces, including Cedar Creek Park. Located along the Eastern shores of Okanagan Lake, this hidden gem has a long pebble beach, stunning lake views, and many hiking trails to explore.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The western larch can be found in the valleys and lower slopes of BC’s Southern Interior. This large, handsome tree usually grows in mixed forests, but can occasionally be found in pure groups of trees on the fire blackened soil left after a severe wildfire. Its wood, one of the strongest in Western Canada, is often used for heavy construction ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Overlooking the rolling hills of the North Okanagan, Rocky Ridge Park is located atop a basalt knoll, formed during the area’s great volcanic era. Winding trails run along the ancient lava flow wall, adorned with ponderosa pine, sagebrush, and wild flowers; and home to hawks, magpies, lizards, and even the endangered rubber boa.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
From the valley grasslands—scattered with ponderosa pine, cottonwood, and birch—to the alpine tundra of stunted spruce and fir, the Okanagan Valley’s rainshadow forests are home to some of the rarest and most diverse ecosystems in the country.
Knitting: Cowl
The Gellatly Nut farm, located on the Westside of Okanagan Lake, is one of the oldest working nut farms in Canada. Started in the early 1900s by brothers Jack and David Gellatly, the farm soon became the hub of nut growing and breeding in North America. Today, the farm is home to over 800 nut trees and shrubs, including the beloved chestnut.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Gellatly Nut farm, located on the Westside of Okanagan Lake, is one of the oldest working nut farms in Canada. Started in the early 1900s by brothers Jack and David Gellatly, the farm soon became the hub of nut growing and breeding in North America. Today, the farm is home to over 800 nut trees and shrubs, including the beloved chestnut.
Knitting: Mittens, Fingerless Gloves
The Gellatly Nut farm, located on the Westside of Okanagan Lake, is one of the oldest working nut farms in Canada. Started in the early 1900s by brothers Jack and David Gellatly, the farm soon became the hub of nut growing and breeding in North America. Today, the farm is home to over 800 nut trees and shrubs, including the beloved chestnut.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Located in the Interior of British Columbia, with wine production dating back to the 1850s, the Okanagan Valley is one of Canada’s oldest and largest wine regions. Today, the Okanagan Valley has been well established as one of the world’s best grape-growing regions, boasting over 200 vineyards and producing over 60 varietals.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern is designed for the XL (170g) skein of Knox Fade.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Although fruit trees were first planted in the Okanagan in 1860, the Klondike Gold Rush and construction of the Kettle Valley Railway in the early 1900s allowed the fruit orchard industry to flourish. Bing cherries were one of the first and most popular variety of cherries to be grown in the Okanagan, loved for their deep maroon colour and swee...
Knitting: Cowl
Tracing its way through the Cascade Mountains is the infamous Highway Thru Hell, otherwise known as the Coquihalla or, as locals call it, “the Coq”. This snowbound highway roughly follows the route of the former Kettle Valley Railway, connecting the coastal rainforest of BC’s Lower Mainland with the desert climate of its interior.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Tracing its way through the Cascade Mountains is the infamous Highway Thru Hell, otherwise known as the Coquihalla or, as locals call it, “the Coq”. This snowbound highway roughly follows the route of the former Kettle Valley Railway, connecting the coastal rainforest of BC’s Lower Mainland with the desert climate of its interior.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Tracing its way through the Cascade Mountains is the infamous Highway Thru Hell, otherwise known as the Coquihalla or, as locals call it, “the Coq”. This snowbound highway roughly follows the route of the former Kettle Valley Railway, connecting the coastal rainforest of BC’s Lower Mainland with the desert climate of its interior.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Honey bees are the highest form of insect life and are the only insect that produce food eaten by people—honey! They live in colonies consisting of a queen, male drones, and the female worker bees that make the honey. Their honey has many uses and is the only food that includes all the substances necessary to sustain life.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Located along the shores of Okanagan Lake, Sarsons Beach Park is a quiet and cozy beach front park tucked away in the Mission area of Kelowna, BC. Boasting a shallow, rocky shore, grassy areas, and a playground, Sarsons Beach is the perfect destination for the whole family.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Irish Immigrant Thomas Ellis arrived in the Okanagan in the late 1860s and was the first European settler in the area known today as Penticton. Ellis established himself as a cattle rancher and by the 1890s, his empire spanned from South Okanagan all the way to the Canada-US Border. Today, Ellis Street, named after the cattle baron, runs throug...
Knitting: Cowl
Sagebrush is a woody and herbaceous plant native to western North America. This aromatic shrub grows in arid and semi-arid conditions throughout a range of cold desert and mountain habitats, such as British Columbia’s Southern Interior. Sagebrush provides food and habitat for a variety of wildlife and was traditionally used as a herbal medicine.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Sagebrush is a woody and herbaceous plant native to western North America. This aromatic shrub grows in arid and semi-arid conditions throughout a range of cold desert and mountain habitats, such as British Columbia’s Southern Interior. Sagebrush provides food and habitat for a variety of wildlife and was traditionally used as a herbal medicine.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Sagebrush is a woody and herbaceous plant native to western North America. This aromatic shrub grows in arid and semi-arid conditions throughout a range of cold desert and mountain habitats, such as British Columbia’s Southern Interior. Sagebrush provides food and habitat for a variety of wildlife and was traditionally used as a herbal medicine.
Knitting: Cowl
Traders Cove is a regional park nestled along the shores of Okanagan Lake. As a protected vegetation and wildlife park, much of this serene oasis is in its natural state. The park’s two bays are divided by a rocky peninsula adorned with native cacti and sagebrush, and dotted with ponderosa pine.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Traders Cove is a regional park nestled along the shores of Okanagan Lake. As a protected vegetation and wildlife park, much of this serene oasis is in its natural state. The park’s two bays are divided by a rocky peninsula adorned with native cacti and sagebrush, and dotted with ponderosa pine.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Traders Cove is a regional park nestled along the shores of Okanagan Lake. As a protected vegetation and wildlife park, much of this serene oasis is in its natural state. The park’s two bays are divided by a rocky peninsula adorned with native cacti and sagebrush, and dotted with ponderosa pine.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Kettle Valley Railway was built in the early 1900s to service the growing mining demands of the Interior of British Columbia. After the final section was abandoned in 1989, much of the route was converted to a multi-use recreational trail, including the awe-inspiring trestles and tunnels of Myra Canyon.
Knitting: Cowl
Located in the hills above Kelowna, BC, Myra Canyon is a beautiful and historic section of the Kettle Valley Railway, originally built by hand at the turn of the last century. This impressive landmark is now a world-famous hiking/cycling trail, highlighted by two tunnels, eighteen trestle bridges, and breathtaking views.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Located in the hills above Kelowna, BC, Myra Canyon is a beautiful and historic section of the Kettle Valley Railway, originally built by hand at the turn of the last century. This impressive landmark is now a world-famous hiking/cycling trail, highlighted by two tunnels, eighteen trestle bridges, and breathtaking views.
Knitting: Mittens
Located in the hills above Kelowna, BC, Myra Canyon is a beautiful and historic section of the Kettle Valley Railway, originally built by hand at the turn of the last century. This impressive landmark is now a world-famous hiking/cycling trail, highlighted by two tunnels, eighteen trestle bridges, and breathtaking views.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Kasugai Gardens is a Japanese-inspired garden located in Kelowna, BC, constructed in recognition of Kelowna’s sister city, Kasugai, Japan. The garden boasts stone lanterns, pine trees, a bubbling stream, and a waterfall that feeds into a central pond covered with water lilies and filled with koi fish.