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An inspiring and Infectious course

I have completed the first of the two year Traditional Upholstery course and I c...more

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From£2,400

You will learn basic restoration skills and techniques in this one year course. Teaching covers dismantling and reassembling chairs, reconstructing furniture joints, repairing losses, stripping, staining,...more

Duration: 1 year

Beginner

No Qualification

From£2,400
From£185

This course is an introduction to upholstery for beginners. Students will learn about the difference between traditional and modern upholstery and the history of the craft. Students will be familiarised...more

Duration: 2 days

Beginner

No Qualification

From£185
From£455

In this course students can learn traditional restoration skills or learn how to revamp or upcycle a piece of furniture, antique or modern. Or, if they are really adventurous, make new furniture from...more

Duration: 12 weeks

Beginner

No Qualification

From£455

Part-time evening
From£455

Cabinetmaking is more complex than carpentry or joinery in that it uses more elaborate joints and more precise ways of cutting, shaping wood. Cabinetmakers tend to use hardwoods rather than e basic skills...more

Duration: 12 weeks

Beginner

Basic/Key Skill

From£455

Part-time evening
From£425

This course is project based, so students will bring their own chair and they will learn what they need to know to restore and reupholster it. This course is suitable for beginners and more experienced...more

Duration: 12 weeks

Beginner

No Qualification

From£425
From£4,800

The two year, one day a week, course is designed as a training in traditional upholstery for serious students and those who plan a career as upholsterers. Teaching is systematic, building skills through a...more

Duration: 2 years

No Qualification

From£4,800

This 5 day intensive course is aimed at people who have little or no woodwork experience. The course covers measuring and marking, cutting and shaping wood, the care and maintenance of tools, use of power...more

Duration: 5 days

Beginner

No Qualification

From£455
From£455

This course is for those who have some basic woodworking skills which they want to broaden and improve. The aim of the course is to make an A frame stool in ash, using traditional cabinetmaking joints cut...more

Duration: 12 weeks

Intermediate

No Qualification

From£455
From£2,400

Students will learn the basics of modern upholstery, such as sewing machine skills, pattern cutting, loose covers, shaped cushions, and working with foams and alternatives. This course is oriented towards...more

Duration: 1 year

No Qualification

From£2,400

This course is suitable for beginners and more experienced ey will learn traditional craft upholstery techniques, including creating and maintaining upholstery shapes using hair fillings and stitching...more

Duration: 5 Days

Beginner

No Qualification

From£455

Five day course running from Monday to Friday inclusive on Modern Upholstery Techniques. Modern upholstery is usually more appropriate than traditional upholstery for post-war chairs, and uses foam as a...more

Duration: 5 days

Beginner

No Qualification

From£455

5 day project based upholstery session running from Monday to Friday inclusive in which students will learn whatever techniques are required to reupholster a chair of their choice. It can be a modern or a...more

Duration: 5 days

Beginner

No Qualification

From£425