Group holding finished seascapes

Stitched Seascape from Scratch – 21 July

If you would like a gentle introduction to creating your own textile art, this is the course for you. I can show you how to take inspiration from a single starting point and develop a design using simple techniques. You will dye threads and a background using a quick microwave process to begin.

We’ll pause for a lunch of fresh made soup and bread and you can take in the studio’s superb setting before we move on in the afternoon to stitching your piece. You will use a combination of needle felting and hand stitching to work on your original design with no experience necessary.


The Early Bird catches the worm, and if you arrive before the course starts at 10am you are welcome to join us for tea / coffee and home made biscuits, still warm from the oven. There is no additional charge for our ticket holders.

Seascape designs on paper

Designing on paper

Start the day putting your design together using paper collage

Folding fabric ready for dyeing

Dye your Fabric and Threads

Enjoy creating your own unique colour palette of Fabrics and Threads

Mellow autumn soup recipe


Lunch is homemade soup and home made bread. Delicious and Nutritious!

Assembling fabrics for stitched seascape

Time to stitch

Stitch, Felt and Embellish your Seascape

Group holding finished seascapes

Choose your Frame

Choose your frame ready to take home home

You can choose to pay in full by card, bank transfer, or post us a cheque. You can even choose pay on the day of your course just click which method you'd prefer from the options at the checkout on the next screen. There is also the option to pay in full or in part by gift voucher, just add your code(s) to the voucher section at the checkout.

  • Who Is This Course For?
  • I want to take home a finished piece
  • I would like to have a go at something new
  • I would like to spend a creative day in a relaxed atmosphere
  • I have never tried stitching but I will give it a go
  • Who Is This Course Not For?
  • I like to have a cupboard full of unfinished projects
  • I prefer to stick to kits
  • I much prefer a long run with no company
  • I am not ever going to thread a needle


Thank you Sue for another excellent day learning how to produce textile pictures. As on previous occasions I have come away with lots of new ideas and feel very relaxed after working in such a beautiful environment. Lunch and morning cookies were delicious too.


I went on my own but two other ladies arrived for the same course. I was amazed at the end result we all went home with a beautiful, framed picture.
I would recommend a visit for anyone wishing to switch off and recharge their batteries!


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