Roger limbrick developed the Creative Studies courses from furnishing textiles, basketry, and upholstery into all aspects of craft toymaking. This two year part-time course (later a four year course) included modules on wooden toys, puppetry, and soft toy making. A key feature of the course was to show students the processes involved in originating designs from their own ideas. An example in the soft toy module would be to design a soft toy animal from scratch. This involved drawing animals at the Natural History museum and then using these to create their own individual designs. Gillian Salter worked with Roger to produce designs illustrating the complete process - she is shown above with their chimp design and pig design.