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Introduction to Upholstery

Gayle Mill Trust

Saturday, 15 October 2016 from 10:00 to 17:00 (BST)

Introduction to Upholstery

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Ticket Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee VAT Quantity
Tuition, Materials and Lunch 7 Tickets 14 Oct 2016 £75.00 £0.00 £15.00

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New for 2016. The basic principles of upholstery will be explained by Sue Marsden of Tuffett. (www.tuffett.co.uk)   Come and spend a day at Gayle Mill making a children’s stool or your own footstool.  

All tuition, materials, lunch and other refreshments are included in this course.  

You can either bring your own upholstery weight material (non-stretch) or you can buy upholstery material from Sue on the day. (An additional £5).  

The overall size of the finished footstool will measure 35cm x 25cm.

If you are providing your own material you will need to bring a piece measuring a minimum of 70cm x 60cm.

You may also like to bring your own favourite scissors and tape measure too.

Minimum age 16

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Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Yes. It's no problem if you want to transfer a ticket. Just email us with the details and we can change the booking details subject to the refunds policy below.

What is the refund policy?

Changes and refunds can only be made up to 28 days before the course date.

Do you have questions about Introduction to Upholstery? Contact Gayle Mill Trust

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Gayle Mill
Mill Lane
Gayle
DL8 3RZ Hawes
United Kingdom

Saturday, 15 October 2016 from 10:00 to 17:00 (BST)


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Gayle Mill Trust

Gayle Mill is a beautifully restored Georgian water powered cotton mill, reinvented as a saw mill. The turbine believed to be oldest in-situ working turbine in the world drives the restored Victorian woodworking machinery.

We run activity days, courses and workshops throughout the year offering the chance to learn a range of traditional skills many of which make use of our historic water powered woodworking machines. 

For further details about Gayle Mill, email us at admin@gaylemill.org.uk or telephone 01969 667 320.

Our website is available at www.gaylemill.org.uk

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