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Re: Medeval leather bound journal

I would love to take a workshop on this leather bound journal too.
Do you plan to teach it again?  Where?

>I just taught a class on exactly the type of book you're talking about.
>You'll find detailed instructions in Keith Smith's book, "Non-Adhesive
Bindings" (Number 28, I believe).

>  > acquired a lot of  beautiful, thick leather and I would like to
>make myself a
>  > journal, using  the leather itself as a cover with exposed stitching, and
>  > wrapping the  cover closed with a leather tie. I have seen a
>number of these books =
>  recently--they are frequently called "medieval,"
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