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Upholstery footstool course: The Ottomini

Duration: 2 days 10am – 4pm

Price: £225

Book with: Simion Hawtin-Smith
at Reloved Works

Reloved Works Unit E10 4th floor
Pear Mill, Stockport Road West
Bredbury, Stockport
Greater Manchester

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About the Course

Learn to upholster a beautiful footstool on a two day course in Stockport. BBC 1 Money for Nothing Upholsterer Simion Hawtin-Smith is now offering courses.

Designed in the Reloved workshop, courses will teach students traditional and modern upholstery skills, paint techniques, and much more. Based at Reloved Works in Bredbury, Greater Manchester studio, classes will be small and friendly. Students will have plenty of time with Simion, helping them to gain valuable knowledge to begin their making journey.

Learn the basics of upholstery and take home your very own ottomini footstool. This course is aimed at those with little or no upholstery experience. You will learn traditional and modern upholstery skills including slip stitching and making the buttons.

Paint techniques are also taught using Reloved vintage paints. Approx. size H39cm x W52cm x D37cm.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

1m of fabric is required for The Ottomini footstool course, all other materials are included. Simion also offers a discount on all fabrics from the Reloved Works range of suppliers.

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Course Start Dates

Saturday 30th November 2019
Saturday 7th December 2019
Saturday 15th February 2020
  • Accessible by public transport
  • Disabled access
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Suitable for events & groups
  • Weekends

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