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Discussion in 'Do-It-Yourself & Gear Modifications' started by keycutter, Oct 14, 2012.
very cool! i like the blue colour!
Those are really really cool! Now you have me looking into classes around my area. I MUST do this!
thats awesome you should. its not a terribly expensive thing to get into.
These are a bookbinders essential tools. Except that curved needle I still haven't used for anything.
Awesome! I worked at a library for a couple years and got pretty good at repairing and recovering. Nothing like this though!
we are going to take a field trip to a library soon and learn how to repair books, im excited to learn that skill.
realy like how the spine of the blue one turned out, I'l have to try this out
i goth some free time today so...
its A6 format, i decided to go with hardcover just because of the final look and the paper is normal printing paper 80g/m2
awesome please post more pics as you go. ive been slacking i have a bunch of books to photograph and post maybe ill do that in a minute. anyway keep it up im excited to see more
Looks awesome! I saw an episode of "How It's Made" last night about traditional book-binding. I had no idea so much craft went into it. Good job.
Thank you! Finished, but only two not so great pic, sorry i was in a hurry
I just hope that the creases on the spine will show more with time
@naynoes Did you finish that bookbinding class
where do you find a sweet class like that?