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This patchwork and quilting master’s course consists of 3 in-depth modules which focus on getting students to develop their own unique creative voice. Each module is personalised to individual students so that they are able to build on their strengths and concentrate on the areas that appeal to them the most. This is ensures that you aren’t forced down a broad path approach.
There are 3 modules each designed to last around 3-6 months.
Delivery & Assessment
This Patchwork and Quilting Master Practitioner course is supplied as a distance learning course where course materials and tutor assessments are delivered digitally and work is returned to your tutor via digital presentation.
Your coursework will be reviewed by your tutor to ensure the appropriate quality standard is maintained. You will be provided with written feedback in a timely fashion (usually within 10 days) and, if needed, you will be able to re-submit altered work. You can contact your tutor at any time to request your work to date be reviewed and suggestions for future progress be made.
Each Module is intended to last between 3 and 6 months, although this can vary according to student’s circumstances and it is possible to either speed this up or slow it down to suit the individual. 3 years is the maximum time allowance for completion.
Each student will have a personal tutor who will provide written feedback for them at the end of each module, but also be on hand to help out with suggestions as the work progresses.
This is an advanced course which has been designed for experienced crafters and artists who have previously completed a diploma or higher City and Guilds programme, like our Skill Stage 4 course.
This course is intended for individuals with a lot of skills and techniques at their disposal but still need to find their own style and voice within the textiles field.
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How Do I Enrol?
As this is an advanced course, we will need to see a selection of your work before you enrol – please make an enquiry so we can tell you how to do this.
Hear from our recent graduates
"The only motivation was me. I wanted to do this and to challenge myself. I had no desire to do anything with it, but for my own sense of achievement. Sometimes you should just do things so you can say 'I did that'”.
Lou Petch - Patchwork & Quilting
"What an enjoyable experience I’ve had learning all the new skills for quilting with a new sewing machine in tow. Free motion sewing took many hours of practice which I managed to master eventually giving me a new skill to be creative with."
Tessa Box - Patchwork & Quilting
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