Mondays, July 15 & 29, August 12 & 26, September 16 & 30, October 21 and November 4
10 – Noon

Be ready for Fall with one of our favorite Stephen West patterns.  Pile up your stash because we’re casting on this colorful, crazy, and squishy statement piece and guiding you through the pattern over the course of 8 classes! Penguono lets you play with color, texture, and shapes in this surprisingly easy to knit and easy to wear sweater/kimono/jacket. Bonus, it can be worn two different ways. The class will cover shaping, yarn choice, pairing yarns, gauge, picking up stitches, and finishing.  Penguono is the perfect project to use up those odds and ends of yarn that you have lying around. We are so excited to see everyones variations!


Thursday, June 20
5:30 – 7:30 pm

Plastic bags are fading out. This cotton market bag is simple and stylish. It easily compacts to fit in your purse – ready to access whenever you need.


Monday, June 24

5:30-7:30 pm

Become a more confident, capable knitter as you learn to recognize and remedy any knitting mistake you make.  You will never look at a dropped stitch the same way!


Saturday, June 29

1:30 – 3:30 pm


Increase speed, bolster efficiency and ditch hand strain as you conquer continental knitting for your best stitching yet.

First time Socks!

Saturdays, July 6, August 3 & 24
1:30 – 3:30 pm

There’s nothing like a pair of hand knit socks, but making a pair can seem daunting. In this class you’ll be guided through every step (hehe) so you can see what the obsession is all about!


Thursday, July 18
5:30 – 7:30 pm

Intarsia knitting is a mystifying technique of using different colors that is very different than stranded knitting.  In Intarsia knitting, you are never knitting with more than 1 color at a time because different pieces of yarn are used to knit separate blocks of color. Pam is a huge fan of intarsia and wrote this shawl pattern for her students to master the technique.  You’ll be ready to pop color into anything!

Intro to Crochet

Classes meet Sundays from Noon – 2
July 21, August 11 & 25

We’ve assembled a series of 3 introductory crochet classes that will make you comfortable with a crochet hook. We begin with practicing the stitches, then move on to various projects with different stitches and techniques. By the end of the classes, you’ll be ready to chain for your next project.


Mondays, July 22 & September 23
10 am – Noon

It’s Christmas in July! We’ve assembled a wonderful collection of fair isle designs and charts for you to customize the perfect stocking. You’ll master the technique of stranded knitting as well learn the simplicity of the “afterthought heel”.


July 30, August 13 & 27,  September 10 & 24
5:30-7:30 pm

BEGINNER BOOT CAMP is a series of 5 introductory classes  that  guide you from start to finish through 3 projects, each building in difficulty and adding new skills and techniques upon the last.
By the end of the 5 classes you will be knitting like a pro and will have completed a cowl, a hat and a pair of fingerless gloves.


Monday August 5
10 am – Noon


This lightweight shawl makes the perfect accessory this time of year.  The stitch pattern looks complex but is actually deceptively simple.  A blast to make, it includes dropped stitches. Why is it so fun to intentionally do something that you are always trying to avoid?


Monday, August 19
10 am – Noon


Textured patterns inspired by traditional fishermen’s sweaters adorn this simple and practical Guernsey Wrap. The knitting is straightforward but accessible to the adventurous beginner.  In this class you will learn how to read a chart and combine knits and purls to create a bunch of  beautiful stitch patterns.

Wednesdays, 9-11 am and 5-7 pm
Thursdays 9-11 am
Fridays 9-11 am
Saturdays 9-11 am
Bring whatever you are working on to sit and chat with a fun group of fellow knitters. Instructors are on hand to answer any questions.
$10 a class or $50 for a 6 class pass

Please call the shop at (401) 268-3899 to register for classes and for any additional information.

Payment in advance reserves your space in class. Class fees are non-refundable. You may cancel your registration up to 2 days prior to class in order to receive a store credit-no refunds will be issued. When you sign up for a class we make a commitment to our teacher for that specific class-therefore we are unable to transfer you from one class to another. We do not offer make up classes or reimburse for classes that you miss. Classes with less than 3 students or bad weather conditions will be cancelled and payment will be fully refunded or a new class will be rescheduled. Thank you for your support and understanding!