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Beginner Textiles Teachers and Beginner Textiles Lessons

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Suzanne

PGCE: PGCE French & German (1997)
I run sewing classes for small groups and 1 to 1 lessons. I've always loved sewing, from clothes & toys to soft furnishings, curtains and upholstery. I qualified as a teacher in 1997 (secondary school languages) and in addition I've also run several sewing and craft groups during this time. I am a patient teacher and am happy to explain and demonstrate techniques as my students require. I can help you get started with the...
Sarah Jane

Sarah Jane

Painting, Drawing, Textiles, Card Making
PGCE: PGCE (Secondary) Art & Design (2006)
over five years, teaching in two vastly different school settings. I taught from 9-19 years, including examination qualifications such as GCSEs, BTECs (First and National levels) and AS/A2 levels. In addition, I have experience of post-16 tutoring and lecturing. Throughout my career I have been continually observed for Ofsted inspections, developmental reviews, when working with trainee teachers and when introducing new courses to the department. I am proud to have consistently achieved ‘outstanding' levels in...
Kate

Kate

Painting, Drawing, Textiles
Masters: M.A RCA Textiles (1997)
level and artist in residence posts in schools. At degree level mullti media design and fine art courses teaching focuses on drawing skills for fine art and design deveolpment for materials led students. Selected Exhibitions Artist in Residence at the Acme Fire Station project London and awarded the Sarah Greengrass Memorial Award for Research in Drawing (2005-2010). Alternative Arts Organisation Summer Show Royal College of Arts, London (1995); Zella Gallery London (1997, 1999); St George's...
Alison

Alison

Sale
Painting, Drawing, Textiles
PGCE: PGCe in CDT in Secondary education (1988)
to achieve their maximum creative potential . My experience as a Theatre Designer has proved invaluable in being able to work in two and three dimensions and approach design projects with originality. In my spare time I enjoy drawing and painting and have a small craft business where I paint personalised wooden gifts such as boxes, picture frames and mementos. Prior to becoming a teacher I worked as a Theatre Designer designing and producing sets,...
Catherine

Catherine

Princes Risborough
Painting, Drawing, Pottery / Ceramics, Textiles
PGCE: PGCE art & design (secondary education), University of Reading (2005)
focus of it for many years. As a practising teacher I bring a wide variety of knowledge, skills and expertise and am confident working with most materials from 2D media such as drawing and painting, through textiles, printmaking and mixed media to 3D work in Clay and other materials.I have recently started my own business making and selling fused glass items and jewellery. I Qualified with a PGCE in Art & Design and have worked...
Andrea

Andrea

Chorley
Textiles, Knitting / Crochet
QTS: BA English (QTS) 2:1 (1998)
and others. I am self taught, but have a high level of skill and experience. I also teach various aspects of textile mixed media art; embroidery, dressmaking, Tatting, Japanese fabric flowers and Japanese Braiding. I have a C&G 7307 in Adult Education and taught evening classes for Skelmersdale and Runshaw Colleges between 1982 and 1996. I taught dressmaking, crochet, tatting and Christmas crafts. In 1998 I gained a B.A. in English with QTS (Qualified teacher...
Sonia

Sonia

Tunbridge Wells
Painting, Drawing, Textiles
: BA Fashion Design 1981 (0)
and the oldest is 18y which has given me an in site of wont is expected of them at school and how to develop there skills from early years thought to gaining entry in to university. I also know how as adults we all need to have are creativity re-leased and the need to learn at any age. As a fairly recently graduated from a fine degree gaining a 2.1 I have first had experience...
Kim

Kim

Newark
Painting, Textiles, Beauty / Make-up
Other: Bronze, Silver and Gold Makeup (2006)
a family of painters, crafters and cake decorators and I also love to paint and needle felt, along with my many other crafts that I squeeze in my daily life. I have been crafting and painting for as long as i can remember. I love to teach and learn, and believe you never stop learning. I have taught fellow employees and customers for 3 years within The Bodyshop company. Because my courses and exams where...

Sandra

Stonehaven
Masters: Knowledge Management (2006)
teaching various crafts for over 25 years. I teach classes from a workroom from home. I have lived abroad for many years. I have taught patchwork, embroider, hardanger embroidery, knitting and crochet as well as many other crafts for over 25 years. I have taught in Singapore, Dubai and Moscow most recently. I am patient and supportive of students. I take them through the basics before starting a new project to gauge which level of...

Kathryn

Crickhowell
Textiles
PGCE: Middle School Science Specialist (1999)
of all ages from young children to adults and am running courses for local organisations. I love sewing and having the ability to make beautiful things and just want to share the skills! I have specialised in Traditional Welsh Quilting with pure Welsh flannel but am able to make anything from dresses to Dragons. I have taught for over 9 years as a Special Needs teacher throughout the UK working with children from 3 to...

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