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Re: instruction recommendations



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Hi everyone,

>Try Lisa Golden, publiched by Lark Press , can't remember the title.

I just joined the list and was studying the archives.  I noted this post
for myself:
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Alisa Golden has been making handmade books . . .
<snip> . . . She is also the author of Creating Handmade Books (Sterling,
1998).
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Is this the one referred to?

Best,
Alyce Elliott

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