/
/

1 Furniture making courses in Hackney

Filter your results

Booking type

Price

Most info

Add to shortlist
blue mountain training solution Online course
Blue Mountain Training Solution
From£16 Instant book

Learn the basic skills needed to carry out basic restoration on a piece of furniture of your choice. This course has been put together to introduce a beginner furniture restorer to the skills necessary to...more

Duration: Variable

Course Provider Diploma/Certificate/Award

Online course From£16 Instant book

Suggested subject - Stained Glass Work

Introduction to Prince'S School Of Traditional Arts

About course provider

Request info Visit website

Introduction to Prince'S School Of Traditional Arts

About course provider

Request info Visit website

Add to shortlistShortlisted by 45 people
prince's school of traditional arts profile who offer Furniture Making courses In Hackney

The Prince's School specialises in teaching, researching and promoting the practice and theory of the arts and crafts of the world's great traditions.

(5.0)
2 reviews
Recent reviews of this course provider

Ornamental Wood working

This was an exceptional course. Adam is clearly an artist and master - and is a...more

See all reviews
From£350

This is an intensive learning experience, covering each stage of the stained glass process: Learn a wide variety of techniques, including accurate line cutting, painting with prepared raw pigments,...more

Duration: 4 days

Multiple levels

Full time

No Qualification

From£350
Add to shortlist

Each student will leave the day having made a stained glass panel to their own design to be hung in a window at home. After the course you will be able to set up at home and practise their new hobby, a...more

Duration: 1 day

Beginner

Full time

No Qualification

From£130

OUR GUIDE

Remember those arts and crafts lessons you loved at school? We’ve got news for you – you don’t have to be wearing school uniform to take roll up your sleeves and have some fun. The best part is, you no longer need a responsible...

FUN STUFF

When it came to writing our crafts ‘fun stuff’ article, we decided to learn a new skill ourselves and try origami. Half an hour later, the editorial desk was littered with attempts of paper dachshunds until finally, we made it. If this doesn’t...

Similar searches

Similar subjects