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  • Barnett Upholsteries Online Shop
    your business for both traditional and contemporary upholstery We look forward to hearing from you To make a purchase or to get some further information Please contact Sara Carter by email s carter barnettupholsteries co uk To discuss you requirements in person please call 020 7622 9347 You can also contact us through our contact us page and complete the on line form MOBILE WORKBENCHES WITH HEIGHT ADJUSTABLITY at the

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  • Use PayPal at Barnett Upholsteries in London
    the PayPal menu button which opens this PayPal page We ask you to add your Name or Invoice no as a minimum in the description section You then click on the Pay Now PayPal button and you are moved to their secure payment website You then enter your Total Invoice amount into the Unit Price box and press update totals You can then pay either by PayPal or by using

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  • Barnett Upholsteries, One Day Taster Class held on a Saturday.
    project we will be using modern upholstery techniques only Everything necessary to complete this project including footstool kit materials and top cover will be provided Start Date Time Class Fee One Day Taster Class dates listed below are on a Saturday 10 00am to 6 00pm 30 th April 2016 28 th May 2016 25 th June 2016 23 rd July 2016 180 00 Interested in this class make an

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  • Barnett Upholsteries five (5) day intensive course
    projects Each student brings his own piece of furniture to work on including top cover which we will gladly help you source Tools will be provided and all other upholstery materials are available for purchase on site Start Date Course Fee Any Time during term time Monday to Friday 9 00 am 3 00 pm 380 00 Interested in this course make an enquiry or booking using the request form

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  • AMUSF Upholstery Stage 1,2, 3 - Certified Certificate and Diploma at Barnett Upholsteries.
    own creative responses to the assessment projects The students will receive workshop inductions practical demonstrations and teaching in the use and application of core materials and techniques both modern and traditional including instruction on Health Safety when working with tools and equipment in a workshop environment Appropriate use of tools and equipment both hand and machine Understanding of Domestic and Industrial Sewing machines Appropriate use of Fillings Sundry Materials Appropriate use of techniques and processes including Knots Blind Top and Slip Stitching Cutting Pattern Matching and Finishing of Fabrics Sewing seams and decorative techniques Trims and Decorative detailing Awareness of frame repairs and polishing Costing Materials Evaluation Methods If this course is for you select Booking Request or ring direct on 02076229347 and speak to Sara AMUSF Stage 2 International Craft Certificate Practical Content T Shaped Cushion with piping and zips samples Tailoring including the fitting of caps and collars samples Independent sprung edge for a cushion seat exercise traditional materials and methods including fabric and front border Armless chair with traditionally upholstered seat and back seat to be sprung with coil springs Post 1950s Armchair upholstered using modern materials methods Highlighted pieces will be assessed as part of the final mark grade Students will also be required to produce a portfolio containing notes and details of work in progress Written Research Project 10 Fabric Characteristics Identification Appropriate Usage or History of Upholstered Furniture a timeline and overview of the styles of upholstered furniture and the development of upholstery techniques and materials used or 20th Century Furniture Design an overview of the styles periods and iconic designers of the 20th Century Training Centres may choose the order studied provided that all three subjects are covered over the course of the three stages Brief Description During this stage 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 Students will acquire an understanding of upholstery fabrics and textiles and should be encouraged to develop where appropriate their own creative responses to the assessment projects The students will receive workshop inductions practical demonstrations and teaching in the use and application of core materials and techniques both modern and traditional including instruction on Health Safety when working with tools and equipment in a workshop environment Frame repair and polishing including the fitting of castors Understanding of Industrial and Domestic sewing machines Appropriate use of Fillings Sundry Materials Types of springs and suspension systems coil serpentine tension springs sprung units pocket springs rubber elastic webbings etc Appropriate use of foams and rubberized hair sheets and various pre formed profiles Appropriate use of techniques and processes including Knots Blind Top and Slip Stitching Cutting Pattern Matching and Finishing of Fabrics Tailoring including the fitting of caps and collars Basic Design Skills sketching colour co ordination and scale drawing An understanding of the UK s Furniture Furnishings Fire Safety Regulations 1988 relating to domestic furniture and

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  • Accredited and Non-accredited Upholstery Courses and Classes in London
    a three stage training programme with a pass required to advance to the next stage An AMUSF certificate is presented for successful completion of stage 1 and then 2 with an AMUSF Diploma awarded on successful completion of stage 3 more AMUSF Upholstery Intermediate Craft Certificate Stage 2 Suggested Minimum Teaching Hours 210 The Intermediate Craft Certificate Stage 2 of the AMUSF accredit programme of training takes 210 hours to complete and is based around a three stage programme which requires a pass to advance to the next stage There is no obligation to complete all three stages and an AMUSF certificate is presented for successful completion of stage 1 and then 2 with an AMUSF Diploma awarded on successful completion of stage 3 more AMUSF Stage 3 Upholstery Diploma Course programme 210 hours AMUSF Stage 3 Upholstery Diploma is the final stage of a three stage programme of training taking 210 hours to complete and is based around a three stage programme which requires a pass to advance to the next stage There is no obligation to complete all three stages with an AMUSF certificate presented for successful completion of stage 1 and then 2 with an AMUSF Diploma awarded on successful completion of the final stage 3 more AMUSF Programme Stages 1 2 and 3 leading to a Diploma Approximate Hours 210 per programme Stage The AMUSF accredit programme of courses each taking 210 hours progresses through 3 stages with a pass required to advance to the next stage An AMUSF certificate is presented for successful completion of stage 1 and then 2 with an AMUSF Diploma awarded on successful completion of stage 3 more Introduction to Upholstery One Day Taster Class Saturday 10 00am to 6 00pm EIGHT 8 HOURS IN TOTAL This popular course is aimed

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  • Barnett Upholsteries Training Centre, AMUSF Stage 1 - Craft Certificate
    class and is outside of the 210 hours Practical Content Drop in seat modern materials Drop in seat traditional materials including fabric and bottoming cloth Stitched and stuffed footstool or chair traditional materials and methods including fabric and bottoming Sprung dining chair traditional materials and methods including fabric and bottoming cloth Sprung arm exercise for an inset facing traditional materials and methods Calico to be stitched under the roll Fabric need not to be applied Box Cushion with piping and zip sample Bolster End with piping sample Upholstered and lined box with decorative detail and deep buttoned lid modern materials with a minimum of three diamonds Highlighted pieces will be assessed as part of the final mark grade Students will also be required to produce a portfolio containing notes and details of work in progress Written Research Project 10 Fabric Characteristics Identification Appropriate Usage or History of Upholstered Furniture a timeline and overview of the styles of upholstered furniture and the development of upholstery techniques and materials used or 20th Century Furniture Design an overview of the styles periods and iconic designers of the 20th Century Training Centres may choose the order studied provided that all three subjects are covered over the course of the three stages Brief Description During this stage 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 exercises and or assessment projects Students will acquire an understanding of upholstery fabrics and textiles and should be encouraged to develop where appropriate their own creative responses to the assessment projects The students will receive workshop inductions practical demonstrations and teaching in the use and application of core materials and techniques both modern and traditional including instruction on Health

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  • AMUSF Stage 2 - Intermediate Craft Certificate
    210 hours Practical Content T Shaped Cushion with piping and zips samples Tailoring including the fitting of caps and collars samples Independent sprung edge for a cushion seat exercise traditional materials and methods including fabric and front border Armless chair with traditionally upholstered seat and back seat to be sprung with coil springs Post 1950s Armchair upholstered using modern materials methods Highlighted pieces will be assessed as part of the final mark grade Students will also be required to produce a portfolio containing notes and details of work in progress Written Research Project 10 Fabric Characteristics Identification Appropriate Usage or History of Upholstered Furniture a timeline and overview of the styles of upholstered furniture and the development of upholstery techniques and materials used or 20th Century Furniture Design an overview of the styles periods and iconic designers of the 20th Century Training Centres may choose the order studied provided that all three subjects are covered over the course of the three stages Brief Description During this stage 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 Students will acquire an understanding of upholstery fabrics and textiles and should be encouraged to develop where appropriate their own creative responses to the assessment projects The students will receive workshop inductions practical demonstrations and teaching in the use and application of core materials and techniques both modern and traditional including instruction on Health Safety when working with tools and equipment in a workshop environment Frame repair and polishing including the fitting of castors Understanding of Industrial and Domestic sewing machines Appropriate use of Fillings Sundry Materials Types of springs and suspension systems coil serpentine tension springs sprung units pocket springs rubber elastic

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