Knit One Quilt Too offers beginner, intermediate, and advanced level classes in knitting, quilting, weaving, embroidery, sewing, needlepoint, and crochet. To register, call (401) 337-5578 or stop by. Some classes require no pre-registration.
Events for April 6, 2019
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April 6, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm | Registration required | $65
Are you curious about paper piecing or have you tried paper piecing, but have a love/hate relationship? Do you love the accuracy you achieve, but hate the process of getting there? Well, this class will change that to a LOVE relationship.
We’ll be using the versatile Storm at Sea pattern to learn the instructor's own “No More Tears”© method of paper piecing. Although we won’t be finishing the entire project in class, you’ll complete at least one full block, and go home with the tools and skills you’ll need to finish the quilt at home—in half the time you’d expect from traditional paper piecing.Find out more »
Saturdays 10:00 to 11:00 am | $15 per session | All levels | Drop-in; no registration required
This one-hour session is a great time to get expert help with those sticky parts of a pattern, fix a mistake, or to learn a technique you've always wanted to try.
This drop-in is also great for those who want to participate in the seasonal knit-along but need a little guidance along the way.Find out more »
Saturdays, 3:00–5:00 pm | $20 per session | Beginning and up | Drop-in; no registration required
Are you new to knitting? Do you need help with that project you're stuck on, or some guidance on how to start something new? Maybe you just need help understanding a pattern? Or has your knitting come to a halt because of a drop stitch or other problem?Find out more »
April 6, 3:00 – 5:00 pm & April 7, 1:00 – 5:00 pm | Registration required | $85
Waxed fabrics are durable, water and stain resistant, not to mention extremely fun to make! In this two-part class, we will transform our fabrics with the waxing process.
The following session, we will transform our fabrics into a stylish and durable tote bag using the pattern for the Jack Tar Bag or the Rucksack—whatever you choose. Patterns are by Merchant & Mills.Find out more »