Dos-à-Dos Binding -online - 19th November (7 - 9.15pm)
$110.00 - $140.00
A dos-à-dos is a binding structure in which two separate books are bound together 'back-to-back'. This is fun structure with many potential for personalisation.
The dos-à-dos format dates back at least to the 16th century, though they were most common in England in the first half of the 17th century. Usually used for books requiring two complimentary or opposite subjects; New and Old Testament, Happy and Sad, Good and Evil, etc.
A very traditional bookbinding structure, for this workshop you will learn to bind a dos-à-dos in hardcover, finished in book cloth and decorative paper.
Date: 18th November
Time: 7 - 9.15pm
Tools you will need:
A paper cutting knife (straight-blade)
Magazines for waste paper
Materials in your Bookbinding Kit:
Closing date for booking for those requiring materials delivery in the Sydney Metro areas is 4 days before class commences.
Tool and Materials options
A full materials pack couriered out to you, free post (no tools except needles).
Select individual Premium tools or standard tool for purchase as necessary.
Should you choose to gather your own tools and materials, please ensure that all tools and materials are on hand within easy reach during the workshop. You will be expected to have everything on the list, or improvised at your own responsibility.
This workshop booking is for one person only. Additional participants must book in individually, regardless of household arrangement or age.
This is a technical workshop. Not for the very Beginners. Some cutting and folding skills required.
No refunds for Online workshops once commenced. A Zoom link shall be sent out to you a few days before. We shall start gathering students 10 minutes before the workshop. Lateness shall not be accommodated.
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