Latest book releases for Stitch Enthusiasts

It’s that time of year again when take stock of the latest book releases for stitch enthusiasts covering our favourite craft topics. We’ve hand selected a top ten list covering everything from Crochet for beginners, to contour embroidery, general sewing to felting fantasy wonderlands. 1. Tunisian Crochet This is a …

Honouring Women In Textiles

International Women’s Day is a time to celebrate the achievements of women who have left behind a legacy. Over the centuries women have tirelessly challenged political, cultural and social ‘norms’ to bring about equality to future generations. At the School of Stitched Textiles we thank all of the amazing and …

Knitting and Crochet Tutor Joins the Tutorial Team

Hello Stitchers, We are absolutely thrilled to introduce the newest member of our tutorial gang here at the School of Stitched Textiles. Sally Hart has joined us as our new Knitting and Crochet tutor and will be teaching and assessing our accredited courses (levels 2-4). We’re delighted to welcome her …

Creative Bursary SS2 2018: And the Winner is…..

Last November we launched a brand new Creative Bursary Scheme, to enable talented students to study with us for free. This time round we were offering bursary places for our Skill Stage 2 courses and although these courses are aimed at absolute beginners, we were very impressed with the quality of the …

Our Enrolment Process Explained

I’m often asked ‘how exactly does School of Stitched Textile’s enrolment process work?’  A very good question, which is actually more complex than many people imagine! So, I thought it would be a good idea to explain in detail exactly what happens as our quarterly registration process goes live.