Craft Revolution: Traditional Upholstery with Leigh-Anne Treadwell – Weekend Course

Details

Venue Chicken Shed (Craft Studio)

Leigh-Anne Treadwell With

Times 9:30-4:30pm

Prices

£225 Chair Project (Bring along a chair - fee includes materials & tool hire)








£250 Deep Buttoned Foot Stool Project (fee includes frame kit, traditional materials and tool hire - just bring 1m of fabric)

About this course

Saturday and Sunday
April 6 – 7
September 21 – 22
December 7-8
9:30-4:30 pm each day

With BBC ‘Money For Nothing’ Upholsterer, and Director of Bristol Upholstery Collective; Leigh-Anne Treadwell.

This two-day course has been carefully designed to teach you traditional upholstery techniques and give you the confidence to have a go at transforming your tired old furniture. It’s a fabulous introduction to all the traditional upholstery tools, materials and techniques, an extremely enjoyable experience with incredible results! Over the two days you can choose to either upholster a deep buttoned foot stool (£275) or reupholster a chair (£245).

For full details and to book online visit: www.upholsterycoursessouthwest.com.

Information packs are distributed on confirmation of your booking or can be requested by emailing info@bristolupholsterycollective.com or viewed by clicking ‘Courses’ on the Upholstery Courses South west website.

About the Craft Revolution

The Craft Revolution runs a vibrant programme of courses, projects, events and talks. It is a movement about making; a learning space, an ideas lounge, an action station. A story of ‘doing’ over ‘not doing’. Click to browse all craft courses or find out more here >

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About us

Dartington is an old place with a new story.

The Dartington Experiment began in 1925 and was based on the idea that humans are many-sided – and how we need environments that encourage our whole being to flourish, in connection with nature and each other.

This idea is as true today is it ever was.