What opportunities will this course give me?
This class introduces students to the art of Upholstery. Students of all abilities are welcome and can re-enrol on a termly basis.
What will I be learning?
The Upholstery course will afford students the opportunity to: learn about the traditional tools and materials used in upholstery; prepare pieces of furniture for re-upholstery; learn and carry out the varying stages required to upholster or re-upholster an item.
Students will gain the ability to restore a dilapidated item of furniture to its former condition.
This is a mixed ability class which aims to introduce students to more advanced techniques through increasingly challenging projects.
A College Certificate will be awarded on request.
Why is this course for me?
This is a hands on course so students will then have plenty of time to practice the skills on their item supported by the tutor.
There is no formal assessment.
What do I need to sign up?
No previous experience is required for this course.
Is there anything else I need to know?
Please bring the project you wish to work on; this needs to be small enough to transport to and from class (e.g. stool, drop in seat), to your first class. Some tools will be required although some are provided. Tools needed include a pin hammer (hammer with a small head), old wide bladed screwdriver, mallet, sharp pair of dressmaking scissors, tape measure and a pair of pinchers.
You must provide the materials required for your project, including upholstery fabric of your choice and any additional sundries depending on the piece of work being renovated.
|L204B||Wildern School||20/1/2020||Mon||19:00 – 21:00||9||£171.00||£171.00|
|L204C||Wildern School||20/4/2020||Mon||19:00 – 21:00||9||£171.00||£171.00||Apply now|
|L204A||Wildern School||23/9/2019||Mon||19:00 – 21:00||10||£183.00||£183.00|
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