Make, Paint & Upholster your own footstool
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About the Course
MAKE, PAINT and UPHOLSTER
Learn to upholster your very own footstool using modern techniques and materials. Learn how to paint the legs for your stool using the amazing Frenchic Furniture Paint to match or contrast with your fabric. All in a fun and friendly environment here in Wimborne, Dorset and all under the watchful eye of our Master Upholsterer.
All you need to bring is a smile and 1 meter of fabric.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
The cost of the course includes your stool kit and all tools required to use on the day. Your Frenchic paint to paint your legs. Light lunch and tea/coffee/cake and biscuits are provided on both days.
An excellent course- I received fantastic tuition that has provided me with many skills for future use. Alan is a great teacher and,believe me, he can help the most ‘cack-handed’ of us produce a useable, aesthetically pleasing footstool. The course is great fun and I met a great group of people.
I would highly recommend this course, it really is fantastic value for money- and Wendy, the soups for lunch were fab.
Dianr Johnson - - #15166
I never knew that making a footstool would be so much fun. I attended the last one that was run by The Dorset Chairman. Alan the Tutor is a true craftsman and fantastic teacher. He guided all 8 of us through everything, absolutely chuffed with my stool.
John - - #13358
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Course Start DatesSaturday 20th October 2018
Sunday 21st October 2018
- Accessible by public transport
- Disabled access
- Suitable for beginners
- Suitable for events & groups
- Suitable for stag and hen dos
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