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A five consecutive day course. An opportunity to start and finish a project using traditional upholstery techniques. Bring in an occasional, dining chair or stool and...more
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Suitable for beginners. Enjoyable for everyone. Join us as we delve into the fabulous world of upholstery. Professional upholsterer, Rachael South will show how to use all the specialist tools to unpick and take apart a worn panelled seat and how to recover a chair seat to transform your tired furniture into...more
Based in Hertfordhsire, West Herts College offers students a range of career-focused full-time courses, degrees, apprenticeships, and HNDs.
This course is ideal for anyone interested in learning more about upholstery and upholstery techniques. It is structured around the item that you bring in to work on, with each student learning patricular skills tailored to their specific item, but you are also encouraged to watch while other students are being...more
This is a 3 day course where you will learn the skills required to totally rebuild an 'overstuffed' dining chair using traditional upholstery techniques. You will learn skills such as webbing, stuffing horsehair, hand stitching horsehair, creating a rolled edge, and you will master the manipulation of...more
Who is the course for? This course is for anyone with an interest in crafts, particularly those keen to bring old pieces of furniture back to life. This a basic skills class giving you the information and tutoring to enable students to restore a small piece of furniture. What is the course about?...more
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The aim of this course is to give the inexperienced learner the opportunity to learn the basic techniques of traditional upholstery required to re-upholster a small item of furniture such as a dining chair or footstool or small ottoman. The course is aimed at beginners but more experienced students are also...more
You will be introduced to an abundance of different materials, techniques and tools. Equipment will be available for your use during the day, so you can find your way at your own pace. This really is the easy way to get upholstery covered or increase your skills....more
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This workshop is an ideal and enjoyable introduction to upholstery, during which you will work with traditional hand tools and materials to stuff and cover a drop-in seat chair or stool. You will learn how to strip back the frame, then build up a hair pad using webbing, coconut fibre, hessian, linterfelt and...more
Learn the basics of upholstery focussing on how to use the right tools and equipment. You'll choose a small project to work on, like a stool or dining chair, and have one to one help alongside group demonstrations and...more
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This course is for anybody who would like to re-cover a piece of furniture. Students will learn how to upholster in modern or traditional style furniture or make a loose cover to a high standard. Students may wish to do a series of one day Workshops in order to complete their projects, and this in effect can...more
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Learn the skills necessary to re-upholster and carry out basic repairs to the frames for a range of antique and modern furniture using traditional and modern methods and materials. Particular attention will be paid to the correct and safe use of specialist tools and equipment, the selection and use of a variety...more
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Course Aims • To enable learners to explore materials, techniques and equipment to develop basic upholstery skills, to develop creative ideas and to produce and evaluate finished upholstery items. Learning Outcomes: • Take and record measurement with tutor support • Have basic knowledge of primary and...more
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This short Upholstery course can help you to try out a new craft before doing the longer courses. Start with a small project such as a stool, bed head or drop in dining chair seat and learn how to strip it down and re-cover using professional technqiues. An intensive introductory course for those wishing to learn...more
To introduce new learners to traditional upholstery techniques. You will also be looking at various styles of upholstery and gain an insight into the...more
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This course, spread over six weeks with attendance of one day a week introduces students to the basic constructional methods, using traditional materials and methods that have been used for several centuries. Course aims and benefits: The course is in the main practically orientated and you will...more
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M0984CF: The aim of this course is to give the inexperienced learner the opportunity to learn the basic techniques of traditional upholstery required to re-upholster a small item of furniture such as a dining chair or footstool or small ottoman. . The course will cover the stripping and preparation of the chosen...more
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Learn upholstery skills and techniques by transforming a small piece of furniture from your home. Footstools, blanket boxes, dining room chair seats are ideal pieces to up-cycle. You will be guided through every step, including the amount of fabric you will need to purchase to complete the project. If you...more
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Learn traditional and modern techniques of a professional standard, whether simply re-covering or taking back to bare frame, or anything in between. Try your hand at loose cover making, whether cushions, armcaps, or for a full chair. Everything to your own design. Use this opportunity to learn to...more
From a deep-buttoned armchair covered in the richest ruby red velvet to a pretty patchwork stool in a hotchpotch of floral, striped and spotty cotton, there is nothing quite like the look and feel of a beautiful fabric to lift a simple piece of...
When it comes to upholstery, we had two options; the first, to smother you in cute Laura Ashley themed upholstery designs, the second to show you the weirdest sofas of all time. Unsurprisingly after a sugar fuelled afternoon, the latter won, so sit...