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Re: [BKARTS] Thin leather



Scott,

I've never known calf to be "cheap."  You shouldn't want the leather to be
thinner on a book of those dimensions. You are only skiving the edges. If your
knife is too dull, sharpen it. How can you learn if you don't have difficulties
to overcome?

Ed Stansell
http://bookrestoration.net

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