Japanese stab binding
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Japanese Stab Binding (4 hole), download pdf instructions here
Saskia Pilv saved to Bookmaking
Lbforgues (Papercrafts): Japanese Stab Binding : Tortoise Shell Pattern
Further experimentation with Japanese Stab Binding patterns. Each binding in this set is progressively complex. At the same time, the color of each binding moves through the spectrum from red to violet.
LHTanner saved to Book Arts - Stitching
The Japanese Stab Binding produces a book with a spine that does not allow the book to be laid flat. This is a step by step guide to a handmade book using Japanese Stab Binding.
Michelle Turner saved to book making
I had high hopes of finishing up my December Daily album by the end of 2015 which has never happened but I really wanted a fresh start to the new year. No half done projects or ideas in limbo. But I didn't want just "getting it done" to be the driving force behind my holiday documenting.&a
Ginny Tapley Hughes saved to PL 6x8
In my last post, I posted pictures of a few Japanese stab-bound books I had made. Since a few people were curious how to do them, I thought I'd post up a little tutorial for you guys :) There are many different ways to do a stab-bind. Since they are soft-cover you basically always use a heavy-weight paper, similar to card weight. You can either use the paper as is, and cut to size, or you can double them up, or use a full sheet to wrap entirely around your pages. There are also many…
becky *shrug* saved to Book Binding
The Japanese Stab Binding method is perfect for binding single sheets and is easy to learn for beginner book makers because it embraces si...
Jane Anne Maddox saved to Book Making
Before I began binding the final books for my Good Morning books project, I did a couple of test binds. I thought the decorative bind (red ...
Sharon Blancarte saved to Book
A encadernação japonesa feita com furos permite que você os distribua da maneira que desejar. Enquanto a tradicional simplificada que abordamos antes é feita com apenas quatro furos (Yotsume Toji) …
Graça M. Carvalho saved to Encadernação