Level 1A: Case Binding/Print Journal - Online 28th May 2022 (7 - 9pm)
$50.00 - $180.00
This class teaches you to make a Writers or Artist Journal in traditional flat-back case binding technique. The case binding is a way of making books whereby the cover (the case) is made separately from the text block and then attached to it.
Our workshop is designed for you to bind the book, following along with Isabelle, while being able to ask questions and participate in discussions along the way. Learn the techniques but also tips, tricks and anything else you want to know.
You will bind step-by-step an A5 book with a straight back spine, hardcover, half-cloth spine, covered in a vintage style decorative paper or marbled paper (choose options below), finished with half book cloth spine.
• This course is
for anyone with an interest in hand binding. It is a very thorough course providing essential skills that will take you through your whole binding journey.
• A great refresher course for those who have learnt binding elsewhere or wish to pursue bookbinding again after a break.
• Traditional book structures are explored, using materials that will endure over time.
• You will get to use a variety of tools and materials, and learn how to apply them to the sewing and construction of your book.
Date: 28th May 2022
Time: 7 - 9pm
Materials in your Bookbinding Kit (choose from marbled or vintage paper):
Tools you will need:
Awl ( handy)
Waste paper for gluing
Closing date for booking is 7 days before class commences.
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. The workshop requires a certain level of capability and confidence in using sharp instruments and being able to follow verbal instructions is expected.
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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