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With over 30 years of sewing experience Clare has a City & Gulids certificate in pattern cutting passed with distinction. She has studied Swim Wear and Lingerie construction at St Martin's College London, and continues to develop her sewing and tailoring skills.She enjoys turning her hand to all forms of sewing, learning through both study and good old fashioned practice.


Having set up Miss Maker in 2011, Clare designs and delivers a range of courses covering all aspects of machine and hand sewing.

Elaine has a City & Guilds certificate in Upholstery and a keen interest in textiles and sewing. She has in the past worked with Heathcote and Ivory producing samples for their trade customers.


Now part of the Miss Maker team Elaine delivers evening and weekend courses using her own beautiful designs.

Clare Blackmore-Davies

Elaine Muggeridge

Miss Maker

Guest Tutor

Guest Tutor

Barbara Touati - Evans

Barbara is the founder of Let's Crochet UK and is collaborating with Miss Maker to deliver a range of crochet courses.


Let's Crochet UK aims to promote crochet as a craft and an art form in the UK. It runs workshops and crochet-related events in the South East.

Carla Taylor

Guest Tutor

Carla is a fibre artist and is the creative talent behind The Mousehole Woolery. From her studio in the heart of Dorset she creates contemporary sustainable wool sculptures inspired by the wildlife and conservation of the British countryside and coastline bringing a little piece of nature in to your home!


Carla is an official supporter of the Campaign for Wool and has been featured on Channel 4's Craft It Yourself. Carla exhibits her work at both galleries and contemporary and country  shows across the South West as well as running needle felting workshops where she shares her love and passion for needle felting and British wool!

Tutors - Lucy

Guest Tutor

Lucy Dorothy Nichols

As a paper and textile artist, Lucy is based locally in Hampshire and exhibits across the UK. Often using reclaimed papers and recycling fabrics,

Lucy enjoys creating two and three dimensional pieces, which are delicate, thoughtful and humorous in style.


Her work incorporates various techniques including paper cutting, folding and freehand machine embroidery.