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Welcome to the School of Stitched Textiles. 

Are you ready to start nurturing your creative curiosity? Discover how our unique Felt Making courses are the key to unlocking so much creative potential and personal development. 

Register your interest to receive a full course brochure, and gain access to our  FREE online course Learn Simple Hand Stitching For Mindfulness.

About Us

As the UK’s largest distance learning provider of City & Guilds accredited Textile courses we’re passionate about unlocking creativity. 


Whether you’re looking to get to grips with the basics or really want to develop your own unique style and creative voice, our Felt courses could be the key to unlocking so much creative potential.


Register your interest for a full course brochure and details about how to enrol.

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Study Highlights

Study online by working your way through all of the course materials, including videos, from the comfort of own home.

Our in-depth courses are highly flexible allowing you to fit your studies around other commitments.

Receive full support from our expert tutors.

Highly technical courses will allow you to learn new skills and develop existing techniques.

Fully accredited by City and Guilds of London.

Benefits of our Courses

If you have a personal or professional crafting ambition then our courses have the ability to take your creative passion to the next level.


Unlike other courses or tutorials available, an accredited course can unlock creative potential and creative confidence like no other course can. 


Plus, our courses are recognised worldwide for their excellent standards of delivery, learning and assessment. 

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What Our Graduates Say


 I have truly re-ignited my passion for textiles and feel far more confident with a new set of skills under my belt.

‘I learned more than embroidery’

 ‘I began to learn to design my own samples. Trying new techniques, which pushed out of my comfort zone, showed me future possibilities I could incorporate into my own work.’

‘I now create my own designs’

‘For me, being pushed to create experimental samples was the most helpful part of the course.’

Register now

We open enrolment to new students 3-4 times throughout the year to those who have previously ‘expressed an interest’.


Complete the form and we’ll send you a full course brochure along with instructions on how to enrol. Plus, for a limited time only get our FREE online course Learn Simple Hand Stitching For Mindfulness. 


You’ll also get the chance to hear from our graduates, meet our tutors and join our online stitching communities where you can share your experiences and love of textile crafts. 


Our next enrolment is the 30th October 2021 so make sure you’ve expressed your interest today!

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