The Knitting Corner and Beadery
575 E Main Rd Unit 2
Middletown, RI 02842
M/T/ W 10-4pm Thursday 10-7.30pm F/S 10-4pm Sunday by appt only
We are a full service knitting and beading store. We carry a wonderful array of fine yarns, knitting needles including addi turbo, knitting accessories and books. Our beads include Swarovski crystal and semi precious gemstones along with tools , findings and accessories to fit all your beading needs.
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Friday, December 18, 2009
Fun and snow...
We are due for snow, lots of it apparently. This weekend was full of holiday parties and now, well, it looks like the weather has other plans.
Secretly, sssssh, Im glad. I get to stay home and knit. ☃
Open Knit. Thurs 5.30-7.30pm Come and hang out and knit with us. Its always been free!
Knitting. All levels.$60/ 4 weeks choose from the following groups. Mon 10-12pm / Tues 6-8pm / Wed 6-8pm
Sweater Club. Mon 6-7.30pm Instruction & Pattern free with purchase of yarn. Everyone knits the same sweater.
Open Bead. Thurs 5.30-7.30pm, price varies.
Individual beading and Knitting classes are available by appointment.
Two at at time socks Learn to knit two socks at the same time on one circular needle.For knitters who have previously knitted socks on magic loop. 3 sessions Jan 24/31/Feb 7 th 1-3pm $45 plus materials (Pre registration required limited space, )
Beginning Socks Learn the ins and outs of knitting socks. Ability to knit and purl required ,not for brand new knitters. 3 sessions Feb 14/21/28th 1-3pm $45 plus materials (Pre registration required limited space)
Double Bling earrings with Ann Libby Learn how to create these beautiful earrings with local artisan Ann Libby. Saturday February 6th11- 1pm $ 20 plus cost of materials (pre registration required limited space)
Viking Knitting A looping technique that creates beautiful knitted wire. TBA
Kumihimo beading The return of a popular class! Kumihimo is a method of braiding silk threads developed in Japan which is traditionally performed on special wooden stands called Maru Dai and Takadai. The literal translation of kumihimo means the "coming together (kumi) of threads (himo)". TBA
The Tracy Necklace Learn how to make this gorgeous necklace from its creator Ann Libby. TBA
What classes would you like to see at the KNitting Corner and Beadery?