We will be running part time Level 2 City & Guilds in Corsetry & Theatre Costume from September 2016See courses
Roman blinds, curtains and cushions can give your home the personal touch and making the items yourself means you get just the look you’re after.See courses
See images of our previous and up & coming workshops.See courses
As well as traditional knitting we like to offer classes in the more unusual techniques, meaning even experienced knitters can learn something new.See courses
Learn a range of needlecrafts including hand and machine embroidery, needle felting and lots more! Let your imagination inspire your creativity and create beautiful unique gifts and accessories.See courses
Our highly successful, experienced teachers work in the fashion industry and will be able to pass on their invaluable knowledge to help you enter the world of fashion and pattern design.See courses
Have you always wanted to make your own clothes? We offer courses on all aspects of dressmaking so you can start with the basics then move on to design your own garments.See courses
Here are a list of fabric and haberdashery suppliers I highly recommend and use on a regular basis. Please feel free to contact me for any further information.See courses
A relatively new concept which involves taking an existing item and creating something new out of it, keeping things out of landfill, saving money and embracing your creativity.See courses
Learn a range of skills during the week including; dressmaking, soft furnishings & crafts.See courses
Create your own unique sculpture to decorate the interior or exterior of your home.See courses
A fun, relaxing way for kids to learn new and valuable skills whilst finding the perfect outlet for their creativity.See courses
Here at the school we celebrate the craft and skill of all aspects of sewing, textiles, needlework and creative art projects. Whether you want to sew as a hobby or get a taster for a career change, we have something for everyone. Learn pattern cutting, willow sculpture, knitting or how to make a dress, we have all sorts of workshops. We’re here to help you learn the art of dressmaking, soft furnishings and to express your creativity through the making of gifts and lovely things for your home using various techniques.
Join our friendly, experienced tutors on one of our informal, relaxed workshops to learn something new or take your skills to the next level. We provide all the equipment, including sewing machines, so you can just come along and get started, all refreshments and some materials are included in the price (please check course details for more information). We only book 6 people on each workshop (with the exception of knitting & crochet) so you receive plenty of help in a small group.
We will be running workshops at the West Country Quilt & Textile Show at UWE on the 13th, 14th & 15th November 2016, if you wish to book a workshop please click on the link below:
If you wish to bring your own sewing machine along to the workshop it must be under 2 years old with a warranty or it should be PAT tested (certificate will need to be produced).
A small amount of haberdashery and fabric is available to buy at the workshop, for further enquiries please email me.
GIFT VOUCHERS are available to order and come with a choice of unique handmade gift bags. You can choose the value of your gift card and the fabric/colour of your gift bag. Please email email@example.com to order one.
Birthday parties, groups, team building sessions and hen parties welcome give us a call to discuss your requirements.