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Re: Book making techniques

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From: The Austin's (whest177_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Jul 31 2002 - 20:25:00 PDT


Wow Maggie - these are great! I can't wait to start exploring. Thanks for
going to the extra trouble for us. I found one more that L.P. Skeen posted
awhile back - http://www.xs4all.nl/~knops/index3.html . This one is very
extensive and fits right in with the list below! :-)
~Michal

> http://www.sff.net/people/Brook.West/bind/bindit.html (someone just
> posted this site for you; I learned the stab technique from it)
> http://www.makingbooks.com/projects.html (easy to follow directions for
> simple books)
> http://idp.bl.uk/IDP/bookbinding/chooser-frameset.html (lots of
> interesting history of traditional Chinese techniques; not a how-to
> site, but you can probably figure out the diagrams)
> http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~montanar/mbs.html (books with movable parts
> like pop-ups)
> http://www.hgtv.com/HGTV/project/0,1158,CRHO_project_20277,00.html
> (itsy-bitsy book to wear as necklace)
> http://www.arts.ufl.edu/art/rt_room/sparkers/artist_book/make_a_book.html
> http://www.lib.msu.edu/drewes/cncrtina.htm (easy concertina book)
> http://world.std.com/~deanb/zgg/book_5st_1.html (a stab-bound book; not
> the easiest-to-follow directions)
> http://www.xtalwind.net/~lynng/Stamping/Booklinks.htm (lots of links to
> other bookmaking sites)
>

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