Course Provider: Inkberrow Design Centre
Contact Name: Brenda Killigrew
The Old Needle Works, Britten House
Course Length: 12 weeks
5 star rating, 1 reviewers.
This delightful sewing course will guide you through making fantastic hand made pieces for your home! No previous sewing experience is necessary as you will be taught everything you need to know. From cushion covers, to bean bags, to table runner, bunting and dogs beds there will be a wide array of things for you to create and enjoy!
The course is FREE to those who are in receipt of means tested benefits, or if you are aged between 19 and 23 and do not have 5 GCSE's above grade C.
Otherwise the course is £108 for the 12 weeks which is just £9 per session.
The starting date is Thursday 22nd September 12:30pm - 2:30pm finishing Thursday 22nd December
We start a new 12 weeks again in January on Thursday 12th 2017
Please call into our office to book your limited place now.
2016 sees us celebrate 25 years of fashion, design, textile courses and workshops! Inkberrow Design Centre (IDC) is based in Redditch, just South of Birmingham in the West Midlands and offers a wide range of City & Guilds and recreational courses. We pride ourselves on tailoring the courses to the individual learners’ needs and requirements, and can offer a flexible programme. IDC incorporates the Old Needle Works Craft Centre.
What's included in the price?
Inkberrow Design Centre is part of a complex called the Old Needle Works in Redditch where arts and crafts can be celebrated. Here we have 5 fully equipped studios with all the sewing machines you could wish for. You will need a basic sewing kit of scissors, pins and an unpicker, but the tutor does have a small selection for you to borrow in the class until you are able to get one. There are facilities to make hot drinks in the studios.
This craft course provider has been awarded Gold status for receiving 10 or more 5 star ratings from previous students.
The Students' Choice award ensures that course providers get recognised for their efforts in the teaching and practice of UK craft.
They also allow tutors to gain valuable feedback on their courses and for new students to find the course that's right for them.