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[BKARTS] Long and Link Stitch Binding Workshop in NYC-May 14-15, 2004



Guild of Bookworkers NY Chapter Annouces:



LONG AND LINK STITCH BINDINGS

with Pamela Spitzmueller



May 14 and 15, 2004

Friday and Saturday

9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

New York Academy of Medicine



Long and Link Stitch Bindings are beautiful and practical bindings that can be made with no equipment and only a few hand tools. Constructed without adhesives, the sewing thread connects the sections directly to the spine of the covering material. Both long and link stitches are used alone or in infinite combinations. Decorative punching and secondary sewing can vary the look of spines. Traditionally these bindings included a fore-edge flap and string tie to a decorative button on the spine. Workshop participants will make two bindings, 1 set piece and one of your own design. Participants should bring folded sections to save time and to be sure we finish both books. Pam will also show models and slides of historic long and link stitch bindings. Space is limited to ten participants.



Pamela Spitzmueller is the Chief Conservator for Special Collections in the Harvard University College Libraries where she directs the Special Collections Conservation Lab in the Weissman Preservation Center. Pam previously has worked in Rare Book Conservation at the University of Iowa Libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Newberry Library in Chicago. Her special interests are book structures and book sewing in particular. She makes one of a kind books, has exhibited widely, and sometimes finds time to teach workshops.



Workshop fees: Members: $145.00



Non-members: $175.00



Materials fee: $20.00



RSVP: Kelli Piotrowski at kellipiotrowski@xxxxxxxxxxx or call 212-547-0645 for more information.



Location: The workshop will be held at the Preservation Laboratory of The New York Academy of Medicine located at 1216 Fifth Avenue at the corner of East 103rd Street in Manhattan.






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