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Re: embarrasingly simple question



My guess is it's too thick, and your paper too heavy. You may want to stick
it in a press, but if your paper has a lot of texture to it, that may get
flattened. The tie closure sounds like a nice idea in any case. What speaks
against it.

p.


>I don't want to make a big deal out of this, after all it is only an attempt
>to use up all the "scraps", but there has to be a simple binding stitch that
>would accomplish what I need. Or a secret to having the pamphlet-stitched
>book stay closed. Any ideas?


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