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Re: Bookbinding 2000 - Tony Cains

There could be if your board isn't made up well, or you stretch the leather
excessively, but by and large there should be less because your actually
putting more material on the board. You may need to counterline. It's
something one gets a feel for the more one works with the material,
especially leather/parchment which aren't always as predictable as cloth or


>Does this manipulation of the leather cause the baords to warp in a strange
>manner, and if not, why not? Perhaps there is no actual stretching of the
>leather, because the leather is over-sized.

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