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Re: coptic sewing



You might try one of the other variants of Coptic sewing than your usual
stitch to see if that works better, Paulette.  If you want to stick with this
one, perhaps you could anchor the stitch in a piece of soft decorative braid
or fabric cord on either side of the spine edge.
 Dorothy Africa

pauletterosen@MSN.COM wrote:

> I am quite familiar with Coptic sewing onto separate board covers. But I =
> am having trouble figuring out how to begin Coptic sewing if I am not usi=
> ng board cover, ie. just sewing a bunch of signatures together. Can anyon=
> e offer some help?
>
> thanks
>
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