AMUSF Level Three

Sep 2022 - July 2023

  • Starts 6 Sept
  • Traditional Upholstery School

About the course

This course runs on Tuesdays. During Stage Three of the AMUSF course students will develop their practical skills, gaining knowledge and experience in the manipulation of a variety of materials and processes, within the context of a series of individual set projects. These are: Substantial traditional armchair of advanced techniques, which should include at least two of the following elements: the fitting of caps and collars, scroll arms or stitched-up edges to arms, sprung arms, coil sprung seats, independent sprung edges, deep buttoning, fluting or an iron framed chair. Modern chair with a concave inside back incorporating tailored fitting and top stitching i.e. Egg style (shell frame) Portfolio containing notes and details of work in progress Written research project: 20th Century Furniture Design – an overview of the styles, periods and iconic designers of the 20th Century.


Contact Details

  • East Lane, Holt, Trowbridge, Wiltshire BA14 6QU, UK

    traditionalupholsteryschool@gmail.com