Posts Tagged 'bookbinding'

Sew Your Own Book Signature!

I made some sweet and simple twenty-page blank notebooks today. Now I’d like to show you how I did it! First, gather your materials: Ten sheets of paper cut to the same exact size. Mine were 6 x 9″ each.

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Sew Your Own Book Signature!

I made some sweet and simple twenty-page blank notebooks today. Now I’d like to show you how I did it! First, gather your materials: Ten sheets of paper cut to the same exact size. Mine were 6 x 9″ each.

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Staff Picks: Book Arts 101

I love books. I mean…I really really love books. I make paper and there is an obvious connection there, but I cannot even tell you the hours that I have spent in the Strand since moving to New York (more

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Staff Picks: Book Arts 101

I love books. I mean…I really really love books. I make paper and there is an obvious connection there, but I cannot even tell you the hours that I have spent in the Strand since moving to New York (more

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Bookbinding + SIUYUETT

My first experience with bookbinding is such a simple and wonderful memory: learning the different possibilities of folios, beeswax thread, taking handmade paper to paste to the wood I used for my covers. There is such a plethora of possibilities

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Bookbinding + SIUYUETT

My first experience with bookbinding is such a simple and wonderful memory: learning the different possibilities of folios, beeswax thread, taking handmade paper to paste to the wood I used for my covers. There is such a plethora of possibilities

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Artist Highlights: Natalie Stopka

We know we have the best interns out there, but we want you to know them as well. Especially when their work is as beautiful as the work of Natalie Stopka. When Natalie isn’t busy busy at TAC helping with

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Artist Highlights: Natalie Stopka

We know we have the best interns out there, but we want you to know them as well. Especially when their work is as beautiful as the work of Natalie Stopka. When Natalie isn’t busy busy at TAC helping with

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