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Finished books from our students:
Making hinged covers for hardcover stab bindings. We’ll show you the finished books next week!
We had a student in today learning to make soft cover Japanese (stab) bindings. Here are the pretty books she made:
Here’s a finished student book from last night’s class, with a heavy paper cover made from some of the paste papers we made last month.
Another great session of Up The Mesh Count is in the can, as evidenced by our very full drying rack!
You can see loads of pictures of the workshop and the finished prints at the Up The Mesh Count project page: Up The Mesh Count on Facebook
Today we had a few students in printing a first run on the tea towels they designed:
This weekend we took part in Events in the Manor, a fun free exhibit of Art in the Park. Here’s our set-up in the dining room of historic Willistead Manor, ready to demonstrate bookbinding for the public:
It’s more fun doing a demo by teaching somebody, so local artist Julie Bell came by to help out and learned a Japanese stab binding: