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Re: [BKARTS] Turkish Map Fold



Hi Debbie,

Thanks. The diagram is most excellently clear and easy to follow -- not that I needed a diagram after your class!

Ginnie


> About a year ago, I offered to send out some information about "The Turkish
> Map Fold," in connection with a book arts class that I was teaching at the
> San Francisco Center for the Book.  About eight people from the Book Arts
> listserv e-mailed me to ask me to send them class handouts, and I dutifully
> filed their addresses in my e-mail folder.  Somehow, I never got around to
> developing an instructional diagram that would work to teach the fold
> without a face-to-face demonstration.  Now my friend and fellow folder,
> David Rosen, has completed some wonderful instructions that he and I would
> like to share with you.  As he mentions on his website, David is also
> interested in learning more about the history of the Turkish Map Fold and
> about other map folds.
> 
> http://www.geocities.com/david_j_rosen/mapfold/
> On David's webpage (address above) you can download a PDF file with detailed
> instructions about how to make this fold.
> (In my class at San Francisco Center for the Book, we play around with
> different ways to connect multiple map-fold modules to form more complex
> book structures.  The possibilities are myriad.)  Enjoy!
> 
> Debbie Kogan
> Soquel, California
> debbie_kogan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> 
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