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Forge Club – 11 – 16 years olds
Sunday 27th September 2-6pm £40
Friday 2nd October 5-7pm £20
Friday 30th October 5-7pm £20
This course consists of the basic techniques required for forging. Half an hour is theory, one and a half hours practical work including: heat management, hammer management and making a small item to take home. – Duration 2 hours.
Wednesday 2nd September 7-9pm
Saturday 12th September 10am-12pm
Wednesday 23rd September 7-9pm
Wednesday 14th October 7-9pm
Saturday 17th October 10am-12pm
Wednesday 21st October 7-9pm
These classes are £40 per session
Blacksmith for a Day
This course is designed for those who want to learn more about and put into practice the techniques learnt on the A Taste of Blacksmithing course. The course consists of one house theory spread out over the whole day, and 5 hours practical work resulting in one or two items to take home with a 1hour lunch break. Cost £120 – duration: 7 hours.
Saturday 26th September 10am – 5pm
Saturday 24th October 10am -5pm
All courses are 5 people maximum with safety equipment provided.
One to one blacksmithing courses
These courses are tailored to suit the individual. They can be designed to cater for specific techniques, such as forge welding, scroll work etc. or as per the introduction or basic course. Cost starting from £100 – duration 2-6 hours.
The Art of Forging Sat 10th & Sun 11th October 10am-5pm (inc 1hr lunch break)
A weekend course. Work on you own project under the expert guidance of our professional blacksmiths.
£225 per person
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Gift vouchers available
Education courses for schools catered for
Bespoke courses for groups
To enrol and for more course information please contact Richard on 07597 056300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Three week fire by friction class
New dates will be added soon.
You can see the fire making process, and the fire sets that you will get to make, in the video below from our resident Green Wood Guild:
We are two textile teachers who have been friends for many years. Having taught separately over the last decade, we have now come together at one of our favorite places, Stepney City Farm, to teach a series of classes and take part in a number of events on the farm. We meet in the cafe every Thursday 11-2pm for an informal knitting club, just turn up!
To contact us or to book a course please email us on NicAndJane@yahoo.co.uk
Stained Glass Courses
Create you own stained glass panel
You will learn the basic techniques needed to design, cutting glass, leading, soldering.
During your two days workshop Stephen will teach you:
- Differences between various type of glass
- Basic techniques of design, assembly and using different tools
- Create a panel (A4 size) with around 9 to 15 pieces of glass, using pre-designed prototypes.
Learn how to cut and grind glass and how to assemble and solder the final piece to take home with you.
Classes are conducted in groups of max 7 people. Materials and tools are included.
Workshops run from 10 – 4pm and are held every second weekend of the month here at Stepney City Farm.
One day beginners course – £80
Two day workshop – Saturday and Sunday – £150
(on your second day you get the chance to make a bigger and more challenging piece)
To request a booking form or for any enquiries please email: email@example.com.
A £50 deposit is required to book your spot. Deposits are non refundable unless the workshop is cancelled for any reason, in which case we’ll let you know in advance and give you the opportunity to book a later date.
In special circumstances, if you are unable to attend, we can refund your deposit on a week’s notice or re-book your place.
Materials and tools are provided. Also, gloves protective glasses, aprons and masks are available for your safety and comfort.
Please wear comfortable shoes and NO open toes (due to safety reasons).
About Coat of Glass
Stephen started working with glass in 2012. He attended a weekend workshop and got attracted to the skill involved in working with this media. He soon started designing his own glass panels challenging himself to make more complicated pieces. He built his own workshop in the back garden and this is where you can find him most of the time.
He has made commission pieces for various clients: panels and sun catchers for kids rooms and shops and panels for pre-existing damaged stained glass doors as well as newly designed ones for more modern style rooms.
It all started as a hobby, turned into a passion and has now become an obsession!
Although he enjoys the challenge of working with old stained glass style, his forte is creating colourful and funky designs: the more colours the better! You too can have the chance to create your very own panel by taking part in a weekend course organised by Coat of Glass.